Heinz Sriracha Flavored Ketchup

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

Some people would say that the Sriracha trend has gone a bit over board, and they might be right. But we’re in it for the taste, not the trend. Now the folks at Heinz are jumping in on the action too with their Sriracha-flavored ketchup.

America’s favorite ketchup, the same condiment that can be found at nearly every backyard barbecue, is now infused with the spicy chili pepper and garlic flavor that is Sriracha. It’s still packaged in the familiar upside-down 14-ounce plastic squeeze bottle with that instantly recognizable green and red label. The ketchup with a kick has just begin hitting retail outlets everywhere (including places like Target and Walmart), and sells for $2.69 – depending on location of course.

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