Production of Heinz ketchup returns to Canada with new Montreal factory

After months of preparation, the king of condiments — Heinz Ketchup — is officially being produced at the Kraft Heinz facility in Mont Royal, it was announced Wednesday.

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paulsteinway
paulsteinway
87 · 14 days ago · Reddit

I switched to French's ketchup in protest when they left (like a lot of people). I'm not going to switch back. Heinz has too much sugar. French's tastes more like ketchup.

Kevundoe
Kevundoe
73 · 14 days ago · Reddit

If I’m not mistaking it’s the same factory that makes the Kraft diner mac & cheese. That place will soon be made a national landmark.

cyborganism
cyborganism
26 · 14 days ago · Reddit

On s'en câlice de Heinz et French's. Maintenant on a Canada Sauce et Firebarns ansi que MAG Mayonnaise qui sont des compagnies québécoises et qui plus est, utilisent autant que possible des produits de fermes locales pour faire leurs produits.

Et laissez-moi vous dire que leurs condiment sont crissement meilleurs. Je n'achete rien d'autre depuis que j'ai découvert ces produits.

Marcools
Marcools
7 · 14 days ago · Reddit

They only do this as marketing to re gain their part of the quebecois market. #nothanks

pattyG80
pattyG80
5 · 14 days ago · Reddit

I find the boycott of heinz ketchup one of the few times where consumers collectively got together and fought back against a company that actively screwed over Canadian workers. I feel like buying it now would make me feel conflicted.

Are they using Canadian sourced tomatoes?