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Restaurants Struggle to Keep Ketchup in Stock – Newser

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In the grand scheme of a pandemic, it’s not so bad. Still, the Wall Street Journal reports on an unexpected hiccup related to COVID—a ketchup shortage. The issue is most pronounced for restaurants scrambling to find supplies, particularly of ketchup packets, which are deemed safer than shared bottles. “Everyone out there is grabbing for ketchup,” the chief marketing officer of Long John Silver’s tells the Journal. The chain estimates it has spent an extra $500,000 on ketchup of late, because…

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