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Kraft Heinz To Sell Planters Snack Nuts Business?

February 3, 2021: 12:00 AM EST
The Wall Street Journal reports that Chicago-based Kraft Heinz is in talks to sell its Planters snack nuts business to Hormel Foods in a deal potentially valued at $3 billion. Kraft Heinz has eliminated more than 1,100 products in recent months as it focuses on more successful products. Best known for its dry roasted peanuts, Planters also sells cashews, and cheez balls and curls. It may be able to find procurement savings by teaming up with Hormel, which owns nut butter brands Skippy and Justin's)
Elaine Watson, "Kraft Heinz reportedly in talks to sell Planters to Hormel Foods", FoodNavigator-USA.com, February 03, 2021, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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