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Three Cheers for Heinz Organic Ketchup

By Katharine Branham

I don't care how old you are, ketchup has managed to make its way on to at least one item you have eaten. If you are under the age of ten, ketchup is more a side than a condiment. The downfall is the high fructose and sugar load we get in that squeeze of ketchup.
 
Heinz is one company that produces organic ketchup.  According to their website, they sell nearly $2.5 billion across 140 different countries. The world cried out for organic ketchup, and Heinz not only answered the cry but also produced a product that is far superior to the traditional version. Organic ketchup contains much more lycopene, which is known as a cancer preventative.
 
I hope many restaurants begin to offer this tasty & healthy alternative in place of the traditional sugar-based version with which we are all too familiar. My personal test was having a group over and offering the organic ketchup with no introduction. Turns out everyone commented how much they loved the ketchup and wanted to know what kind it was. Now that group is Heinz organic ketchup lovers.


 

 

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