Sir Kensington's Announced To Stop Producing popular ketchup

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Sir Kensington's looks to have been hurt by the COVID-19 outbreak and inflation. The company's hallmark product, ketchup, will be discontinued.

"Food production is high-volume, low-margin. Throughout the epidemic, war, and inflation over the last three years, ketchup experienced unsustainable price and

cost pressure "it read. Products must be lucrative and robust to be economically sustainable to improve the food system.

"On what goods to introduce, what to maintain, and what to cut," Unilever decided when it purchased Sir Kensington's a few years ago, the article added.

Sir Kensington's eliminated corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup from their recipe. Sir Kensington's unusual condiment appeared to please clients.

Sir Kensington's original ketchup gets a 4.5-star rating on its website, while the spicy variant has a 4.7-star rating.

Despite ketchup's popularity, another Sir Kensington's condiment has outgrown it. Sir Kensington's mayonnaise is currently 75% of the company's business, while ketchup represents 10%.

Mayo, mustard, and "everything" sauces will be sold by the brand when ketchup manufacture stops. "Because once it's gone, it's gone," the message advised Sir Kensington's ketchup devotees.

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