Where did ketchup come from?
Slate's Dan Jurafsky explores the ubiquitous condiment's unlikely Chinese origins
Heinz's new "Dip and Squeeze" ketchup containers may make the industry-standard tiny packets obsolete, but could also encourage bad eating behavior.
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