Heinz Eyes Rewards Of Unloading Low-Performing Products

07/1/2002 | NYTimes.com

H.J. Heinz's plan to reinvigorate core products is expected to earn 8% to 10% annually after 2003, company executives say. By spinning off low-performing products, industry observers say the company can focus on what made it rise to the top -- ketchup, beans and frozen French fries.

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