The company known for its “57 varieties” has a few other facts and figures to tout these days. Some of those include 28 consecutive quarters of organic sales growth, 21% of sales from emerging markets in fiscal 2012, and a record $11.6 billion in sales for the year. The record sales growth — nearly 9% over year-ago results, amid a challenging economic environment — “reflects the strength of our great brands and our strategic focus on ketchup and sauces and ...

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