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Wigan-based Heinz ordered to change iconic ketchup bottles following Queen's death

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Heinz will have to axe the design of its iconic ketchup bottles following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The ketchup manufacturer, whose UK headquarters is based in Wigan, is among 800 food and drink brands that will now be forced to remove their Royal Warrants from products.

Twining's Tea and Bollinger champagne will also have to change the late monarch's coveted coat of arms, which is prominently displayed on their packaging, the Mirror reports. READ MORE:GMB viewers make demand to ITV about Kate Garraway over Queen coverage A Royal Warrant is a document that lets a company use the royal coat of arms on products and in marketing in exchange for supplying goods and services to the royals.

The distinctive image of the royal coat of arms depicts the lion of England, unicorn of Scotland and a shield divided into four quarters followed by the words "by appointment to Her Majesty the Queen".

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