Product Details: Ketchup: the most common condiment in America, available cheap and everywhere. Why would we make it into a powdered seasoning? Perhaps you want to sprinkle it onto potato chips or popcorn. Maybe you need to get ketchup through TSA and the standard bottle is over the 3.4 ounce limit for liquids/gels. I have no idea. All I know is that it tastes good, people like it, and hopefully there are others out there that want to get creative with their ketchup usage. If so, I recommend trying it on potato tots, onion rings, cheese sticks, scrambled eggs, cottage cheese, baked beans, French fries, chicken nuggets, popcorn shrimp, and more! We like it stirred into mayonnaise to make a fry sauce (like Mayochup). Shelf-stable, no refrigeration required, vegetarian/vegan.
Abbreviated Ingredients: tomato powder, sugar, vinegar powder, yeast extract, salt, < 2% of the following: silicone dioxide, garlic, onion, spices, corn starch. Packaged in a facility that also handles wheat, milk, soy, egg, sesame, peanuts, and tree nuts.
Nutrition Facts: Click here for data per 2 tsp. (6.6g) serving. Click here for data per 100 grams.
Country of Origin: USA
Heat Level: 1/10 (Mild)
Volume: 1 cup ≈ 0.35 pounds / 1 pound ≈ approx. 2.82 cups
Shelf Life: 3+ Years when stored at room temperature or below in an air-tight
container out of direct light
What makes our ketchup powder fancy? Fancy is defined as "elaborate in structure or decoration." This seasoning boasts more individual ingredients than any other we make, which constitutes elaborate. Also, Jim Gaffigan's bit on Catsup envokes a chuckle from my entire family each time we see a bottle of Fancy Ketchup and I want to bring that smile into a day's work :)