Heinz Debuts Another New Condiment Mash Up No One Asked For
Have you ever dreamed of having a selection of ketchup flavored to taste like other condiments or better yet mixed with other condiments for the ultimate in flavor tag teams? Well good news, because we already have the ketchup condiment tag teams and now Heinz is ready to debut their newest member in the experimental condiment world. Next year, Heinz will debut a new condiment: PICKLE KETCHUP. And yes, it’s their ketchup, with the added flavor of pickles.
It’s already hit the shelves at stores in the UK with plans to release it in the USA in early 2024. Heinz says that ‘Pickle Ketchup,’ will be a sweet, savory, tangy dillight (see what they did there?) of a dip and a permanent addition to the company’s condiment line.
Heinz To Debut Pickle Ketchup
Some are saying that it tastes exactly like they bottled up the flavor of McDonald’s pickles and ketchup. It will be selling for around $3.99 for a 20 oz bottle. It may sound strange, but it makes sense for burgers. Outside of burgers, I’m sure there are a couple of other instances where it could go well with your meal. It is a very specific flavor, though. You wouldn’t want to taste it thinking it was normal ketchup. That would be a strange surprise.
Of course, Pickle Ketchup is hardly the first interesting concoction Heinz has come up with. Mashed.com points out that there’s Mayochup (combination of mayonnaise and ketchup), Kranch (ketchup and ranch), Veggie Ketchup, Jalapeno Ketchup, Chipotle Ketchup, Sriracha Ketchup, Habanero Ketchup, and more. Additionally, there’s all the low sodium, organic, and no artificial sweetener versions. Then, you also have the eccentric Purple and Green Ketchups. No matter what flavor you may be looking for, there’s a ketchup for you.
The list of interesting ketchups in Heinz’s line of products seems to be never ending. In addition to the list above, there’s also HoneyRacha, MayoRacha, MayoMust, MayoCue, and more. These options and variations may sound odd as standalone products, but there’s a use and a food for all of them. If anything, it saves you some time. Usually, on a sandwich or burger you’re not only using one condiment. So, this is a good way to kill two birds with one stone. Eh. Hopefully there’s no flavor for that. Anyways, looking forward to the Heinz debut of Pickle Ketchup. I think…