Heinz’s Latest Campaign Deciphers The Sauce Versus Ketchup Debate

Heinz’s Latest Campaign Deciphers The Sauce Versus Ketchup Debate
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Kraft Heinz Australia launched it’s ‘Thicker is Tastier’ campaign for Heinz Ketchup and is inviting all Australians to join the “Sauce or Ketchup” debate.

Ketchup and sauce-loving enthusiasts across the nation have been faced with the ultimate condiment conundrum, “what is the difference between tomato sauce and tomato ketchup?” and Heinz Ketchup has laid it on thick to put this dressing dispute to bed, once and for all with the Thicker is Tastier test that is being trialled by customers with proven results.

Research shows that over 70 per cent of Australians don’t know the difference between tomato sauce and tomato ketchup and either believe that sauce and ketchup are one and the same thing, or that ketchup is just an American word for tomato sauce. 

However, Kraft Heinz proves thick and fast that sauce and ketchup are in-fact not the same thing. Heinz Ketchup is packed full of tomatoes, which makes it thick, and when it comes to great tasting food… thicker is tastier. 

With the footy finals season rapidly approaching, Heinz wants to ensure that all Aussies Upgrade to Ketchup, so that their burgers, pies, sausage rolls and buckets of hot chips, have the perfect condiment companion and #UpgradeWithKetchup on social media and online.

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