The H.J. Heinz Company was founded by American entrepreneur Henry John Heinz, son of German immigrants. He began a small food business with his brother and cousin in 1876. Heinz Tomato Ketchup was among the company’s first products, and it is now Heinz’s most iconic brand, claiming more than 50% of the market share for ketchup in the U.S. Heinz’s core products include ketchup, sauces, meals, snacks, and baby food. Its most popular brands are Heinz Ketchup, Heinz Beanz, Ore-Ida frozen potatoes, Weight Watchers meals, and Classico pasta sauces. The company has processing plants in several countries, and roughly half of its sales come from outside the United States. Heinz Field sports stadium in Pittsburgh was officially named in 2001 after the Heinz Company bought naming rights.