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After more than a hundred years of featuring a gherkin pickle on its ketchup labels, H.J. Heinz has decided a tomato would be more appropriate.
See an unusual ad campaign from the U.K. for Heinz ketchup HERE.
Posted at 07:21 AM in Food Advertising, Product Packaging | Permalink
I had to look at the enlarged image to confirm it, but I reall cant believe you Americans would see a need for a 64 ounce bottle of ketchup ! I've just put a dab on my burger from a bottle I bought before Christmas and when full, it contained 330 ml (as much as a can of Pepsi). What are you doing with the stuff ?
30 January 2009 at 01:50 PM
The question is more "What *isn't* there to do with ketchup?" It's excellent for drowning sandwiches in, along with anything fried, which is probably why those of us from the US plow through so much of it.
04 February 2009 at 04:26 PM
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