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Mar 5, 2011

Review: Heinz - Dip & Squeeze Ketchup

So I stopped by Chick-fil-A yesterday for Free FryDay to get my free medium fry on by ordering a Heinz Dip & Squeeze Ketchup. New Heinz Dip & Squeeze Ketchup is the same ketchup but in a different, more versatile and more bountiful package.

Somewhat in the shape of a Heinz ketchup bottle, the new Dip & Squeeze packaging allows you to either tear off the "cap" and squeeze the ketchup out.
Or to peel open the package, and use it as a dipping cup. Note that the seal on the lid is strong/wide enough to not come apart when you squeeze but not too strong that you'd have difficulty removing the seal.

The "squeeze" end is narrow enough so that you can do a controlled squeeze onto a fry without making a mess but I still prefer using the dipping cup for convenience. The dipping cup is also nice for those who like to mix in black pepper or whatnot into their ketchup.
Finally, there's a good amount (three times a regular ketchup packet) of ketchup in each Dip & Squeeze so that you're not cursing yourself or your server for not having enough ketchup for your fries (not a problem at Chick-fil-A since they leave their sauces out and you can grab as many as you like).

3 comments:

  1. Have you seen these?
    http://www.redferret.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/image-8.png

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  2. I think I saw those a long time ago for mustard (like with crackers) but haven't seen them used for ketchup at least not around here.

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  3. The new Heinz packaging is much more easy to open at least.

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