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Heinz EZ Squirt Ketchup


Tomato sauce never needed to exist in orange, purple, teal. blue or pink; but we’re glad that it momentarily did. Heinz bought out their EZ squirt ketchup back in 2000, pandering to the interests of kids who are bored of enduring meal after meal with their snore-fest of a family talking blah over the dinner table. With the new colours and a nozzle suitable for drawing, children all over Britain were turning their boring old fish fingers and chips into masterful works of art that were more visually appealing than half the crap at the Tate Modern. Six years later they took the rainbow infused condiment away from us pemanently, probably thanks to Jamie Oliver, your health-conscious Mum and the fact that purple ketchup is really off putting and looks like Barney the Dinosaur’s beeriod.

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