We're committed to making life delicious for our people, our consumers, and our communities worldwide. Being one of the world's leading food and beverage companies is a privilege and a huge responsibility. We walk in our purpose by living our values, which make up our common language, define our shared culture, and reflect the company we're working to become each day.

We demand diversity

Here at Kraft Heinz, we demand diversity. We're committed to creating an inclusive environment for our employees, our partners, our customers, and our consumers, knowing that diverse backgrounds and perspectives make us a stronger, more interesting and more innovative company.

Our commitment to diversity, inclusion and belonging


We're taking active steps to ensure we're attracting a diverse set of candidates and interrupting biases in our hiring practices, creating a talent pipeline that better reflects the communities where we do business. We're partnering with a wide variety of colleges and universities – including Historically Black Colleges and Universities, or HBCUs – and partner organizations to get to know candidates from different backgrounds. We're ensuring our application process includes opportunities to overcome any potential unconscious biases of our hiring mangers – using Artificial Intelligence to help screen candidates or implementing blind resume reviews.

Growing talent from diverse backgrounds and perspectives

We champion great people – and that includes our strategic approach to leadership development. We offer various leadership programs for individual contributors, people managers, team leaders, and enterprise leaders. One program We're proud to highlight is The WE Network, a leadership accelerator for women. Launched in 2020, this program features a global cohort of associate directors from across the company igniting the spark for continued leadership growth.

Developing inclusive leaders

To demand diversity, we must create an environment that supports inclusion and belonging – and our managers are the key drivers of these efforts. Our manager programs focus on the skills needed to operate with empathy and care while growing people to their full potential. This includes a focus on overcoming unconscious biases.

Supporting Business Resource Groups

Since 2016, we have supported Business Resource Groups (BRGs), employee-led groups designed to provide community and support for underrepresented employees and their allies. Our BRGs allow all employees to contribute to key diversity, inclusion, and belonging initiatives and events, with countries determining which groups best serve their employee population. Current BRGs include Women’s, Veteran’s, LGBTQ+, Black/African American, Latinx/Hispanic, and Asian Pacific.

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