Here's What Berkshire Hathaway Is Getting In Heinz In Four Big Slides

The big news of the day is Berkshire Hathaway buying ketchup maker Heinz for $28 billion.

So what does Buffett get for this?

We took these four slides from a recent investor presentation.

First, here’s what Heinz sells. The company’s products are divided between Ketchup/Sauces, Meals/Snacks, and Infant/Nutrition.

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Photo: Heinz

Here’s the company’s global footprint. This is a huge international play.

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Photo: Heinz

Heinz’s stock has had a great run over the last decade.

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Photo: Heinz

And here’s the P&L. For $28 billion, Buffett is getting over $5.6 billion in annual sales, and $800 million in annual income.

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Photo: Heinz

 

For the full press release on the Heinz deal, see here >

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