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We tested 6 brand ketchups so you don’t have to – here’s what won the taste test

WHEN it comes to flavorful condiments to add to your favorite dishes, ketchup is one of the most popular options.

There are countless brands of ketchup to choose from, so figuring out which tastes the best is important for foodies everywhere.

Six brands of ketchup were compared based on taste by a taste tester named Julie Guerra

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Six brands of ketchup were compared based on taste by a taste tester named Julie GuerraPhoto credit: Getty

A taste tester named Julie Guerra of Eat This, Not That shared her thoughts on six different brands of ketchup.

Here’s her honest take on which brand of ketchup to use as a dip for your next fries order.

Hunt’s tomato ketchup

Julie tried Hunt’s tomato ketchup and described it as “meh” with a little sweetness.

She said: “It gets the job done if that’s what you have on hand, but you can do better.”

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Whole Foods Market 365 Organic Tomato Ketchup

Turns out, Whole Foods Market 365 Organic Tomato Ketchup isn’t a top choice.

“It’s not bad, but I probably wouldn’t buy it again if I had other options,” explains Julie.

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Julie says the Eat This, Not That! is a solid option for ketchup lovers everywhere.”

“It’s homemade, not processed – and it tastes that way,” she says.

Red Duck organic ketchup

Anyone interested in ketchup that tastes healthier might consider Red Duck Organic Ketchup as a viable option.

“It’s a great ketchup and would probably make a great marinade,” says Julie.

Julie thinks Red Duck Organic Ketchup, Sir Kensington's Classic Ketchup, and Heinz Tomato Ketchup are delicious choices

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Julie thinks Red Duck Organic Ketchup, Sir Kensington’s Classic Ketchup, and Heinz Tomato Ketchup are delicious choicesPhoto credit: Getty

Sir Kensington’s classic ketchup

Sir Kensington’s Classic Ketchup might be a lesser-known brand of ketchup, but that doesn’t mean it’s not absolutely delicious.

As Julie described it, “I can taste the vinegar, but I thought the addition of lime juice was the most brilliant.”

Heinz tomato ketchup

The most popular ketchup brand out there today is undoubtedly Heinz Tomato Ketchup.

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Heinz is also Julie’s favorite brand of ketchup when it comes to flavor.

She says, “It’s not too sweet, not too savory, and because it’s practically the number one choice at every Jersey diner, it had the nostalgic element on its side.”

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5610843/6-name-brand-ketchups-taste-test/ We tested 6 brand ketchups so you don’t have to – here’s what won the taste test

Jessica MacLeish

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