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actualizado 9:46 AM CEST, 22 May, 2015

Heinz is reviewing its UK PR agency supt as it plots its entry into the lowcarb food market, an assault on the chilled sector and seeks to better communicate its commitment to nutrition.

Shine Communications, Porter Novelli and 20year incumbent Counsel – the firm’s three UKrostered firms – were this week locked in discussions with the food giant over future PR strategy.

 

Heinz Europe director of corate affairs Michael Mullen, who is coordinating the review, said: ‘We don’t comment on rumours or speculation.’

 

Shine and PN said Heinz had instructed them not to comment on the review, which, according to one of the agencies, has reached a ‘sensitive stage’.

 

Counsel – Heinz’s retained agency for almost two decades – did not return calls from PRWeek.

 

Heinz, which is expected to confirm a fresh agency lineup within a month, is to launch a range of potted snacks called Pasta Shakers and plans to boost its chilledfood ranges. The firm has already launched its Salad Shakers range.

 

It is also retedly planning to launch lowcarb versions of brands such as Baked Beanz and Salad Cream.

 

Heinz recently revamped its baked beans in the UK, attempting to promote a healthier image with an energetic ‘Superbean’ character. It has relaunched its Classic and Big Soup ranges to cut sugar, salt and fat.

 

Heinz hired Edelman to handle PR in the US four months ago (PRWeek, 11 June) but the agency has had no discussions with Heinz over a UK contract.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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