Why You Might Want to Change Your Ketchup?!
When you pick up turkey burgers, turkey meatballs, or hotdogs at Trader Joe’s, making sure that you have Trader Joe’s Organic Ketchup on hand is a must. I mean, who can eat a hotdog or turkey meatball, without the great taste of ketchup.
What makes Trader Joe’s ketchup a bit different from Heinz, and most other brands of ketchup you can buy at the big box retailer, is the fact that they only use organic ingredients in it. For many, that may not be a huge deal, but for those us who do prefer to not have artificial flavorings, or colors in our food, it’s a nice bonus.
Another nice bonus is Trader Joe’s ketchup, is that it’s not much more expensive than the watered down, and sugar laden ketchup you can buy elsewhere. Plus, all the health benefits, and nutrition information that I already spoke about.
Facts per bottle:
Size: 24 oz. (680 g)
Servings: 40 per bottle approx.
Calories per serving: 15
Serving Size: 1 Tbsp. (17 g)
Fats: 0 g
Carbohydrates: 3 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
Sodium: 150 mg
Protein: 0 g
Have you tried Trader Joe’s ketchup yet? What is your favorite food to use it on, perhaps eggs? (sorry, still haven’t tried that myself) If you don’t use Trader Joe’s brand ketchup, which one do you prefer, and why? Any other condiments you prefer on your burgers, perhaps BBQ sauce? Post your comments and suggestions in the space below.
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