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Sir Kensington Ketchup
A wholesome alternative to everyone's favorite french fry condiment
by Karen Day
on 01 July 2010
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A healthful mix of tomatoes, agave nectar, apple cider vinegar and other natural ingredients puts Sir Kensington Ketchup on the map somewhere between June Taylor's ultra-artisinal ketchup and the fridge staple from Heinz. The Classic version of their "gourmet scooping" ketchup contains less sugar, sodium and calories than Heinz, making it an ideal alternative for the ubiquitous condiment.

But both the Classic and Spiced flavors offer a distinct consistency and taste, one closer to a perfect marinara sauce than the traditional HFC-loaded versions. Put to the test at CH HQ, both flavors were well received among a variety of dipping agents, a couple of which who sang the praises of the mildly-spiced option.

Sir Kensington Ketchup sells online for $7 a jar.

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