It’s possible I may no longer need to take both the mayonnaise AND the ketchup from the fridge, lug them to the counter, open both of them, and then dispense them INDIVIDUALLY onto my (veggie) burger, with a separate puddle for my fries, and then need to replace the lids, lug them back to the fridge, struggle to open the door as both hands are full… .
Heinz has felt my struggles, heard my whimpers, and responded, with:
Actually, I have a premixed little plastic container with Ketchup/mayo, and then add either my hot sauce, mustard or Sriracha at time of use…Have done this for many years…I will try it if it comes on the market here.
After thinking a little bit more, I am starting to wonder… Heinz ketchup is fine. Sure, some people prefer other brand, but Heinz ketchup at least is not bad…but Heinz mayonnaise isn’t very famous, right? One may then say… well this matters less for a blend because the flavors are mixed up. True. I actually see that. However, even with all that… the ketchup to mayo ratio is fixed. It is definitely convenience, but it takes always that choice. I wonder if it will sell well.
I am a bigger fan of mayo than ketchup. So I think I would want a 2 to 1 ratio.