Henry J. Heinz: A Biography

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: E. D. McCafferty

Narrated By: David Mitchell

Publisher: CoolBeat Audiobook Publishing

Date: August 2007

Duration: 4 hours 33 minutes


An intimate biography of the philanthropic produce magnate, Henry J. Heinz, venerated for his pioneering of sanitary food preparation and for his fair treatment of both workers and customers.

Born October 11, 1844 and died May 14, 1919, Henry J. Heinz founded the H. J. Heinz Company, known for their pickles, ketchup, baked beans, and particularly for their famous slogan, ""57 Varieties"".


1. The America of His Boyhood
2. Lessons of Home
3. The Dignity of Labor
4. Early Business Ventures
5. The First Partnership
6. A Period of Trouble
7. Building Anew
8. The Business Record
9. Elements of His Personality
10. An Enduring Structure
11. Business Policies
12. Home and the Family Fireside
13. Travel: A revealer of Character
14. Collecting Art and Antiques
15. Religion and Sunday School Work
16. Citizen
17. Reading the Record


  • Anonymous

    Excellent he was great man