Heinz House

The Heinz House was the boyhood home of H.J. Heinz, located in Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania. In 1869, Henry John Heinz, the son of German immigrants, began to produce and bottle horseradish in the basement of this house, the beginning of a world-famous food processing and packaging business.

By 1900, the H.J. Heinz Company was one of the largest packaged food companies in the world.
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