The story over McDonald's ketchup ditching Heinz is making headlines in the UK.
The headline in Monday's BBC Web site read, "McDonald's to stop serving Heinz ketchup."
"McDonald's has said it is to stop serving Heinz ketchup in its stores after 40 years."
The BBC noted, "The world's biggest fast-food chain said it would drop the ketchup after Bernardo Hees, the former head of rival Burger King, took over as Heinz's chief executive."
The Independent headline read, "Burger rivalry squeezes Heinz ketchup from McDonald’s menu."
The London-based publication told readers, "The move means British customers will soon no longer be able to help themselves to Heinz sauce sachets as McDonald’s ends a relationship that dates back more than 40 years."
The Metro headline read, "McDonald’s squeezes out Heinz ketchup – as it is now owned by rival Burger King."
The paper reported, "Burger King has been a customer of Heinz for ‘decades’ and will continue to use its products in around 80 per cent of its outlets around the world, according to a company spokesman."
The banner headline in the Daily Mail read, "Heinz squeezed out by McDonald's as fast food chain drops its ketchup from the menu after more than 40 years."
The paper added these bullet points:
Fast food giant said split is down to 'recent management changes' at Heinz
Heinz recently appointed former Burger Boss Bernado Hees as its CEO
The two companies will continue to work together until alternative found
Rival Burger King will continue to use Heinz in 80 per cent of restaurants.