THE CAMPAIGN
2 NEW CANDIDATES. 1 BIG PARTY.
No matter your palate, this party has something for everyone.
SPICY GARLIC CHIPS
For the adventurous eater this pickle offers a flavor outside the mainstream.
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SWEET & SPICY PICKLE CHIPS
A populist pickle that appeals to both sides of the aisle, grocery aisle, that is.
MEET THE CANDIDATES
The New Pickle Flavors
2 NEW CANDIDATES. 1 BIG PARTY.
No matter your palate, this party has something for everyone.
SPICY GARLIC CHIPS
Spicy With A Garlic Flavor
For the adventurous eater this pickles offers a flavor outside the mainstream.

For years, experts have said garlic had no place with pickles. It wasn't natural and it had never been done. People just weren't ready. Well, the experts are wrong and it's a new day for big pickle flavor. Heinz Spicy Garlic Chips are made with real garlic and red pepper.

SWEET & SPICY CHIPS
Tangy With A Kick of Heat
A populist pickle that appeals to both sides of the aisle, grocery aisle, that is.

Pundits say you can't have sweetness and spice. But Sweet & Spicy Pickle Chips defy the critics for a truly populist pickle that appeals to taste buds everywhere. Heinz Sweet & Spicy Chips are a perfect balance of crushed red pepper and our secret sweet brine.

The good news?
These pickles are bi-partisan and play well with others at any party — whether it's a backyard BBQ, a tailgate, a cocktail party with friends or even an Election night shindig.
But this is America.
And we still like a winner.
So this summer cast your vote for America's new favorite pickle.
CAST YOUR BALLOT
It's time to make your pick for America's next great pickle.
SPICY GARLIC CHIPS
SWEET & SPICY CHIPS
THEY'RE BOTH AWESOME
SPICY GARLIC CHIPS
SWEET & SPICY CHIPS
THEY'RE BOTH AWESOME
RESULTS
SPICY GARLIC CHIPS
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SWEET & SPICY CHIPS
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THEY'RE BOTH AWESOME
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SPICY GARLIC CHIPS
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SWEET & SPICY CHIPS
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THEY'RE BOTH AWESOME
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RECIPES
Now that you've elected your favorite pickle it's time for them to deliver on their #1 campaign promise — great taste. Check out recipes using both new flavors.
"OVEN-FRIED" PICKLE CHIPS
SWEET AND SPICY PICKLE SLAW
CUBAN SKEWERS
WITH SPICY GARLIC PICKLES
WASABI-AND-NAPA CABBAGE
HOT DOG
SPICY GARLIC PICKLE DIP
HISTORY
History of Heinz Pickles and the Famous Pin
From a two-story farmhouse to plates around the world
In the late 1860s, H.J. Heinz started selling horseradish, pickles, sauerkraut and vinegar by horse-drawn carriage to local grocery stores around Pittsburgh.
While pickles weren't the very first product offered by Heinz (that would be horseradish), the company offered the first ever sweet pickles in 1876. With 140 years in pickles, no one knows pickles better than Heinz.
World Famous at the World's Fair - The Heinz Pickle Pin
At the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, Heinz had a booth in the upper gallery away from the festival. To drive foot traffic to the booth and advertise the brand, Heinz developed the very first Pickle Pin! When people stopped by the booth to sample food they were given a free pin. By the end of the fair more than one million pickle pins had been given away. Back then, there were was very few corporate logos of any kind, so this was a new way H.J. Heinz could separate himself from other food vendors.
Since the Chicago World Fair, there have been more than 100 million of the iconic pickle pins produced and distributed.
ABOUT PICKLESBURGH
For two days in July, Pittsburgh will be transformed into "Picklesburgh," - a festival of all things pickled. On Friday, July 15 and Saturday, July 16 the Rachel Carson Bridge will host thousands of pickle fanatics for food, drinks, music and fun. The festival is a family friendly, culinary event with something to please everyone's taste buds (even those wacky people who don’t love pickles!). And you definitely can't miss the giant flying Heinz pickle balloon, custom built by a team that also crafts balloons for Disney and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade.
For more information, visit www.picklesburgh.com.