Hellmann’s Makes Ketchup History by Introducing New Hellmann’s REAL Ketchup in the U.S.


Today, in celebration of National Tomato Day, Hellmann’s is making ketchup history by launching its first ketchup ever available to retailers nationwide, Hellmann’s REAL Ketchup Sweetened only with Honey. Hellmann’s, America’s favorite* mayonnaise brand, believes that real, simple ingredients are all you need to make delicious food, which is why Hellmann’s is thrilled to offer its new ketchup made with only six ingredients.

Hellmann’s has reimagined the way ketchup is made by asking what should be in ketchup, and what should not. The result is unsurprisingly simple, a recipe that calls for only six ingredients – tomato puree, honey instead of high fructose corn syrup, white wine vinegar, spices, onion powder and salt. New Hellmann’s REAL Ketchup has no artificial ingredients or preservatives and uses non-GMO sourced ingredients. The result is a rich and flavorful ketchup, that doesn’t compromise on taste.

“Over time, food has continued to evolve and it’s time for ketchup to evolve too,” says Russel Lilly, Marketing Director of Hellmann’s. “We saw this as an opportunity to elevate an American staple by stripping it down to only the most essential ingredients. We’re giving people a choice when it comes to feeding themselves and their families with a brand they know and trust.”

Free Ketchup (and frites) Today Only!
To celebrate National Tomato Day, Hellmann’s is teaming-up with Pommes Frites, a New York City authentic Belgian fry shop, to offer fans a first taste of the new Hellmann’s Ketchup. Today, April 6, from 12pm – 3pm, Pommes Frites will give away free orders of frites paired with Hellmann’s REAL Ketchup Sweetened only with Honey while supplies last. Enjoy free frites on Hellmann’s today!

Grab A Bottle Today
Hellmann’s REAL Ketchup Sweetened only with Honey will be available at retailers nationwide in the condiment aisle. It’s available in 14 oz., 20 oz. and 32 oz. bottles; and it will be at retail west of the Rocky Mountains as Best Foods.

For more information, recipes and tips, visit www.Hellmanns.com or www.BestFoods.com.