Ketchup Origin

By Anupum Pant

Everyone loves ketchup in the US. It must be the most sold condiment, right? No, mayonnaise is. In fact ketchup does not even have an american origin. Ketchup is British, actually Vietnamese.

While in Vietnam, the British loved it and brought it back home. They tried to recreate itwith nuts, sardines and mushrooms. But they failed. When someone tried to add tomatoes in it, he hit the jackpot. Ketchup, the name itself was actually created by Heinz.

Josh tells the story of its origin…

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