To: Behind Liberal Lines
I really would like to do that, but I don't think I could make it without Heinz ketchup :)
posted on 02/03/2004 8:17:15 PM PST
We switch over to kosher for Passover. After a few weeks you don't miss the Heinz.
Yeah, but Heinz IS worth the wait, so think how good it'll be when I start buying it again after november... ;0)
posted on 02/03/2004 8:21:29 PM PST
by Chad Fairbanks
(What am I rebelling against? Well, what do ya got?)
To: arjay; Badray
This is going to be a FR exclusive: Here goes:
For years I worked at Wainwright Cold Storage (now out of business) as an accountant in Pittsburgh. We would hold most of Heinz Foods fresh products.
For a long time I was wondering why on earth we stored so many carrots for Heinz.
One day I had the situation of visiting the plant where they actually make Ketchup. I wanted to see where our stored products went.
Here is the clinker. "Almost 50% of Heinz Catsup is CARROTS". Oh, it doesn't say it on the bottle in the ingredients. To this day, it is still one of the best kept secrets in the industry.
Now you know.
posted on 02/03/2004 8:44:39 PM PST
(Catsup or Katsup, Heinz is still the best.)
Alright is it Catsup or Ketchup?
posted on 03/06/2004 8:40:10 AM PST
(Posting from Sustainer Army Airfield Balad, Iraq. All Gave Some...Some Gave All)
Me too. I could give up everything else "heinz.", but not the ketchup.
posted on 03/06/2004 8:43:34 AM PST
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