By  on April 29, 2013

Warren Buffett made the big splash in the first quarter with the $28 billion agreement to buy HJ Heinz with a partner, but non-ketchup dealmaking was also gaining in the retail and consumer market.

There were 27 U.S. retail and consumer deals, valued at a combined $39.8 billion, during the first three months of the year, according to a study from consultancy PwC looking at transactions of over $50 million.

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