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Kraft Heinz moves its headquarters to downtown Toronto

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After 40 years in North York, Canada’s largest food and beverage company will move to the Queen’s Quay Terminal.

Photo: Kraft Heinz.

The Kraft Heinz Company has moved its Canadian headquarters to Queen’s Quay Terminal in downtown Toronto.

Kraft Heinz’s new office is designed to increase collaboration, agility, and creativity for its 350+ employees.

The headquarters includes an onsite culinary centre to develop and test new products, recipes, and social content. There are over 600 work, meeting, breakout, and collaboration spaces with technology optimized for hybrid meetings.

The Crunchy and Smoothy Café can be found within the office space, branded after the Kraft Peanut Butter Bears, which includes a coffee bar and micro-market space filled with Kraft Heinz products and grab-and-go options.

Murals and artwork are featured throughout the office created by local Canadian artists, celebrating food, diversity, and the Canadian community.

Teams based out of the Canadian headquarters include the Canada Marketing, Sales, and Away From Home functions, as well as team members from the North America Digital, People & Performance, Finance, Communications, Growth, IT, and Operations functions.

Kraft Heinz has been a member of the Canadian business community for over 100 years. The move to Queen’s Quay Terminal, a building with roots in the City’s history, marks a new chapter for Kraft Heinz in Canada.

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