While condiments seem as though they’ve all got an indefinite shelf life, ketchup actually can go bad. Because of the acidity of the tomatoes and vinegar, and the amount of sugar, ketchup has a pretty long shelf life. An unopened container of ketchup can remain stored for up to two years past the printed expiration date.
Once the bottle is opened, it will last for another year in the refrigerator. If you’d rather keep your ketchup at room temperature, the shelf life for an opened bottle in your pantry is about a month, though you should check for signs of spoilage before consuming the ketchup.
Where are your tomatoes grown? Are any tomatoes grown in Xinjiang?
Next time you squeeze that little packet of ketchup onto your greasy french fry for lunch, think of Xinjiang. There’s a high probability that the tomato used to produce that ketchup came from the massive but little-known region of Xinjiang in China’s ...
What is Natural Flavor (s) ?
Natural flavors are essential oils extracted from fruits, vegetables or spices that are used to flavor a food product. Rest assured that we never use any artificial flavoring or coloring in our product.
Why is 78 Ketchup so dark ?
Ketchup can become darker over time due to a process called “oxidation” that happens upon opening. Darker ketchup doesn’t mean it is not good to eat. Because of other acting natural preservatives like vinegar and sugar , 78 ketchup will be just fine ...
Is there msg in the 78 ketchup?
Some companies use monosodium glutamate, or MSG, in their products as a flavor enhancer. Companies will even try to sneak MSG into products. You’ll be glad to know that we do not use any ingredients that have MSG added, no matter which name it goes ...
What does 78 mean?
Keeping things simple, The name 78 is based on our recipe. Natural & Tomato Rich! Using over 200 grams of tomatoes to make 100 grams of ketchup, or 78 % tomatoes by weight in every bottle, 78 Red is one of the most tomato rich ketchups on the market.