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Old 25 July 2018, 09:48 PM
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Another one. "Fancy" ketchup isn't just a marketing gimmick like I'd long thought it was. It's actually defined by the USDA and means it meets the standards for USDA grade A ketchup.

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In order to qualify as fancy, ketchup must have a minimum of 33% tomato solids in the sauce, as well as meeting other criteria regarding color, consistency, and absence of defects.
https://www.brandeating.com/2015/06/...hloYJMWj3Qz.99
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