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Flexible Plastic Packaging Recycled Into Kraft Heinz Roofing Material

The Kraft Heinz Company (Nasdaq: KHC) ("Kraft Heinz") announced the successful completion of a pilot project to demonstrate the use of roof board made from recycled flexible packaging. The test was made possible by the Company's participation in Materials Recovery For the Future (MRFF), a non-profit research collaborative that set out to prove technical and economic feasibility to collect, sort, bale and recycle flexible plastic packaging.

The pilot project will be monitored for performance versus standard building materials. If the recycled materials perform as well or better than standard building materials, Kraft Heinz will strongly consider standardizing use of this recycled material in the future. The Company will report on its use of recycled content to the Association of Plastic Recyclers Demand Champion program, after having joined late last year.

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