The Kraft Heinz Co.
Industry Group: Food Products
Country/Region: United States of America
In July 2015, Kraft merged with Heinz to create the third-largest food and beverage manufacturer in North America behind PepsiCo and Nestle and the fifth-largest player in the world. Beyond its namesake brands, the combined firm's portfolio includes Oscar Mayer, Velveeta, and Philadelphia. Outside North America, the firm's global reach counts a distribution network in Europe and emerging markets that drives 20%-25% of its consolidated sales base, as its products are sold in more than 190 countries and territories.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Food Products 294 out of 613
Global Universe 12510 out of 15517
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The Kraft Heinz Co.'s Exposure is High
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The Kraft Heinz Co.'s Management of ESG Material Risk is Average
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