New York, NY -- Ketchup for an American palate
Summer is the time for cookouts with friends and family. Of course, in addition to great food, condiments are a key to a thoroughly enjoyable meal. This week, Made in your City is spotlighting W Ketchup from New York, NY.
W Ketchup is a completely American-made condiment that proudly promotes all aspects of American manufacturing. W Ketchup’s American agenda is described on their website:
"W Ketchup is made in America, by Americans, only from American ingredients, and it is sold only in America."
The product is also described on the website as being a healthier alternative to other Ketchup brands.
"W Ketchup avoids the harsh, vinegary taste of some of its competitors, and instead blends its ingredients into a smooth, rich flavor that enhances any meal. W Ketchup also offers a healthier alternative with new, Organic W Ketchup™ made from only the most natural ingredients."
A portion of W Ketchup's sales goes towards the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund, “which provides scholarships for the children of active duty service members killed in the line of duty.”
For more information on W Ketchup, click here.
This post was written by AAM Intern Leigh Raup.
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