HEINZ has just confirmed to customers that their popular product has been discontinued.
The company announced that its Whole Original Sour Dill Pickles are now gone for good.
Each jar held 46 fluid ounces of crunchy pickled, vinegar-soaked pickles with tangy flavors customers loved.
Heinz then added garlic extracts for “flavor and flavor.”
Since 2021, customers have been using social media and asking the company where their favorite product is.
One Twitter user wrote, “How can I buy Heinz Genuine Sour Dill Pickles?” They say they still make them, but in any region I’ve researched, or online, they’re nowhere to be found. What gives?”
A year later, the company responded to another tweet and confirmed that the pickles had been taken off the shelves.
“Thank you for your inquiry, but we apologize, the Heinz Genuine Whole Original Sour Dill Pickles are no longer available. It wasn’t an easy choice, but we hope you find something new that you like in our current selection:
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Earlier this year, Kraft Heinz also discontinued another lunch staple — mayonnaise.
While Heinz told the US Sun that Heinz Mayo was discontinued in the US back in February 2022, some fans have only just taken notice.
The company discontinued its Real Mayonnaise product after costs rose but demand fell.
Customers can still purchase the three mayo mixes, which cost about $3.50 each.
The Heinz Mayochup is a mix of mayonnaise and ketchup, next is the Mayomust, a mix of mayonnaise and mustard, and finally Mayoracha, a mix of mayonnaise and sriracha.
Heinz has dumped its less popular products as part of a “decomplexity program” Kraft Heinz is experiencing, executives said at this week’s Consumer Analyst Group of New York conference.
While your favorite pickles may be long gone, the company has rounded up a few others to choose from.
If you are looking for the garlic flavor, you should try the Spicy Garlic Chips.
These have a mild garlic flavor and are made with real garlic and red pepper.
In addition, customers can try the Sweet and Spicy Pickle Chips.
These contain crushed red peppers, giving customers a sweet and tangy taste.
As items are being discontinued, a popular burger chain is bringing back a high-demand item.
Plus, Ritz fans are begging for the return of a sweet summer snack.