EACH to benefit from special Ed Sheeran ketchup bottle!

EACH to benefit from special Ed Sheeran ketchup bottle!

Aug 12, 2019

We are thrilled to once again be benefiting from the support of EACH Ambassador Ed Sheeran!

If you’re a fan of the Suffolk superstar, you’ll know he loves Heinz Tomato Ketchup – he even has a tattoo to prove it!

This year saw the launch of Ed’s very own Heinz Tomato Edchup and a TV ad Ed wrote and starred in himself.

Now, to celebrate Heinz’s 150th birthday, Ed has lent the artwork from his tattoo for the Ed Sheeran X Heinz Tomato Ketchup, Tattoo Edition.

So, how are we benefiting?

There are just 150 bottles available across the world, with each one hand-signed by Ed.

The first three will be auctioned off at Christie’s, in London, on Thursday evening whilst most will be up for grabs in a global prize draw.

All money raised will be donated to us and Heinz’s nominated charity, Rise Against Hunger.

The prize draw is free to enter, but entrants can make an optional charity donation. It gets under way here at 12pm today. Winners will be picked at random after entries close at 5pm on 23 August.



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