11 Ketchup Brands Ranked From Worst To Best - Mashed (2022)

11 Ketchup Brands Ranked From Worst To Best - Mashed (1)

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Since the 1700s, ketchup has been jazzing up plates around the world. This condiment, found in 97% of American homes, can easily take a hot dog from bland to exciting, add moisture to meatloaf and give a little oomph to chicken nuggets. Each year, Heinz alone sells more than 11 billion packets of ketchup and more than 650 million bottles around the globe.

This beloved condiment got its start as kê-tsiap, an umami-packed fermented fish sauce that was reportedly brought from Vietnam to China. It was then brought to England by the British and evolved into a thin and dark concoction, usually made of mushrooms or oysters to help keep some of the rich umami notes. It wasn't until 1812 that the first mention of tomato-based ketchup appeared in the form of a recipe by scientist James Mease.

In 1876, Pittsburgh-based Henry J Heinz revolutionized and standardized ketchup into the sweet and savory tomato condiment we know today. And in 1905, after selling more than 5 million bottles, it was clear that Heinz had mastered the art of ketchup.

Today's ketchup, a combination of tomatoes, sugar, vinegar, and seasoning, is loved around the world, by young and old alike. Some people prefer to eat their ketchup at room temperature, while others prefer to have it chilled, but whichever side of the debate you're on, keep reading for our list of ketchup brands ranked from worst to best.

11. Del Monte

Del Monte specializes in a wide range of canned tomato products, so it's no secret they also proudly produce their own ketchup. This is definitely a thicker ketchup so, yes, you can dip nuggets to your heart's content (unless you're a smotherer, instead). Does the thick consistency come from the addition of high fructose corn syrup? Yes, but with this ketchup, it provides a familiar richness and conjures up the thickness of traditional ketchup that we've grown to love.

Another plus of Del Monte ketchup is that it actually tastes of real tomatoes, not canned or processed ones, and isn't overly sweet. So, what is it about this famous ketchup brand that lands it at the bottom of our list? For such thick ketchup, we expected deeper, richer flavors. We don't absolutely hate it, but for such a famous brand, there's a disappointing disconnect between texture and flavor that we just couldn't ignore.

This could definitely be eaten alongside a dish that already packs big flavor but overall we'd say leave this on the shelf and choose another brand.

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10. Sir Kensington's

Sir Kensington ketchup delivers a pure tomato flavor, which helps add richness. But the not-so-secret ingredient that Sir Kensington includes to provide some uniqueness to their version of the condiment is green peppers and they end up adding an unexpected greenness that we don't love for this ketchup. Sir Kensington also boasts of adding green and red tomatoes to the tomato paste, which is part of the ketchup's base, but adds an additional freshness that isn't totally right for ketchup.

One person on the consumer review site Influenster said, "This ketchup has an odd consistency... It's almost smooth but can be a little bit grainy. The flavor overall is okay, for myself personally it's almost a bit too natural? I definitely prefer my ketchups to have that little bit of a sweet note. Overall I would not buy again, but this product may be better suited for someone preferring a more natural, tomato forward ketchup."

They also produce a spicy ketchup with jalapeño, which is an exciting change of pace, but not for the faint of heart. Sir Kensington doesn't use high fructose corn syrup, so that gives it a plus in our book. But ultimately, we prefer smooth-textured ketchup, and the texture of Sir Kensington's is just a bit too grainy for our taste.

9. Primal Kitchen

"Ketchup" and "healthy" don't necessarily belong in the same sentence. Not only is ketchup often packed with preservatives, but a tablespoon of ketchup can also contain 4 grams ofsugar. For the average person enjoying the occasional burger, that's not necessarily a dealbreaker. But for those who are more health-conscious, Primal Kitchen's ketchup is upgraded with organic ingredients and is unsweetened, so it fits the needs of many different dietary preferences, like Keto, Whole30, and Paleo.

This is indeed about as healthy as ketchup gets. Primal Kitchen is a brand that focuses on pantry staples with clean ingredients and big flavor, so it's no wonder their ketchup is wildly popular in the health food world. But sugar, which Primal Kitchen's ketchup intentionally lacks, plays an important role in ketchup. It balances out the acidic tang of the vinegar, so it may require some palate adjusting to fully enjoy this version. It's certainly an exciting ketchup option for someone with dietary restrictions but doesn't come out at the top of our list because it's lacking in both flavor and texture.

8. Market Pantry

Target fans may know that the general merchandise retailer Target has been producing its own line of grocery products since 1995. Their ketchup has earned a spot in this round because it contains slightly more vinegar than other brands, so it's reminiscent of a tangy cocktail sauce. Don't get us wrong, it's still clearly ketchup, but when you're looking for ketchup that has a bit more acid to balance out those richer, heavier dishes (think: bacon cheeseburgers, onion rings, etc), this one does the trick.

Here's where Market Pantry ketchup falls flat: There's quite a bit of science involved that explains why ketchup is more than just a simple tomato sauce. Vinegar is crucial in ketchup. And in some of our favorite ketchup brands, the vinegar and sugar play off one another and vinegar flavors can be masked or showcased depending on the sugar level. In Market Pantry's brand, it's not quite sweet enough for us, and ultimately the sugar takes a backstage to the vinegar, making it a bit too unbalanced for our tastebuds.

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7. 365 by Wholefoods Market

For many consumers, Whole Foods has built a reputation as a trustworthy source of delicious organic products. But somewhere along the way, they got their 365 brand tomato ketchup very wrong. Store brand products can often be average, at best, and after tasting this one, it's clear this store brand ketchup is no exception. We will celebrate its spice blend but that's where the compliments stop, because the spices are overpowering and are way more pungent than fragrant.

One Amazon reviewer said, "Flavor is off ... The spices here – allspice and clove- may be the culprit ... We immediately thought we'd mixed the ketchup with something else by accident (we didn't). It's so distracting in flavor that we can't eat it."

If that wasn't bad enough, this ketchup also has a grainy texture that makes it rather unenjoyable to eat. The one redeeming quality of this ketchup is that it is free of high-fructose corn syrup. If it's your only option, you might be able to enjoy the straightforward tomato flavor, but there are plenty of other options out there that top this one.

6. Annie's

Annie's has provided kitchens with tasty prepared organic products since 1989, well before the average diner caught onto the benefits of organic eating. Its ketchup is organic and made from California-grown tomatoes, so it has a fresh, luscious sweetness, with no high fructose corn syrup. We included it at number six in our ranking because for organic ketchup, it's surprisingly tasty.

But the strong acidity of this ketchup was hard to overlook, as one Amazon reviewer pointed out, "I don't really care for the taste. It's pretty acidic. It tastes very 'organic-y' and I can understand some people like this but I would like more sweetness. I have a little kid and this is certainly not his favorite either."

Overall, this ketchup didn't rate higher on the list because, in addition to the acidity issues, we also found it to be runny compared to other brands of ketchup.

5. French's

French's might be more well known for producing mustard, but we thought it was due time for us to spread the good news on the brand's ketchup. Only Canadian tomatoes are used for this ketchup, which is also made with no preservatives and free of high fructose corn syrup. Are Canadian tomatoes better than American? Who knows, but what we do know is that French's uses a proprietary spice blend that brightens up their version of the condiment and keeps it from tasting like every other ketchup on the market. This exciting flavor profile makes sense — French's is owned by giant spice and seasoning company McCormick and they've clearly put a lot of thought into the components of this ketchup.

We found French's to have a thinner consistency, though, so while it would be a zesty and flavorful component to add to meatloaf, marinades, and other dishes, there are definitely stronger contenders for all-purpose dipping ketchup.

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4. Hunt's

While always in the shadows of the other "H" brand, Hunt's has quite a loyal following who love its simple yet robust tomato flavor. Those who have corn allergies will be thrilled to know that Hunt's 100% Natural is free of high fructose corn syrup.

Hunt's produces a wide range of preserved tomato products and was established as a canning operation in California in 1888. They removed the high fructose corn syrup from their traditional ketchup in 2010 but added it back in 2012. We're glad they did because that tinkering led to the 100% Natural that we love.

One Amazon reviewer loves the simple taste of Hunt's and said, "We purposely chose a 'no high fructose corn syrup' brand because we are tired of all the unnecessary added sugars to food products. This is true to taste, has no added fillers, just simple ingredients. Has a squeeze cap that is a controlled amount, meaning that you won't waste any by the ketchup pouring out of the spout."

Hunt's is for the umami lovers out there, so if you're looking for the perfect ketchup to make your French fries shine, this brand might be the perfect one.

3. Heinz

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Heinz holds the title of number 1 ketchup brand in the world for very good reasons. It's everything you expect from ketchup — sweet, tangy, and rich. If Goldilocks was deciding on the perfect ketchup, this one would be just the right one with its spot-on consistency.

The ingredient list of Heinz ketchup is rather straightforward — it contains tomato concentrate from ripe red tomatoes, vinegar, high-fructose corn syrup, corn syrup, salt, spice, onion powder, and other natural flavorings. They've released a pared-back line of ketchup called "Heinz Simply Tomato Ketchup" that has no GMO ingredients and no high-fructose corn syrup, but we still think nothing beats the original.

It stands firmly in our top three because it's simply delicious ketchup. This ketchup is available around the globe and it will always taste the same in every country. The consistency keeps us coming back.

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2. Trader Joe's Organic

Trader Joe's Organic Ketchup might just make your tastebuds sing. It's smooth, it's rich, and has a simple list of ingredients that are easy to pronounce (and recognize). They spell out the specific spices that are included, like allspice and clove, so there's no need to guess what's in this ketchup. This level of transparency is hard to get from other ketchup brands but it makes us love this Trader Joe's ketchup that much more. California tomatoes, cane sugar, and the Trader Joe's blend of spices make this our second favorite ketchup.

Of course, this ketchup works well with hot dogs and hamburgers, but we think the warm spices also work well with corn dogs.

Many of the larger brands of ketchup introduced high fructose corn syrup-free ketchup within the last several years, but Trade Joe's has been at it for much longer, giving them time to perfect the organic ketchup craft.

1. Whataburger

There are two types of people in this world. Those who love Whataburger ketchup and those who don't know what they're missing. This spicy Southern cult favorite is a delicious departure from other brands of one-note ketchup.

Whataburger is an American fast-food chain based in San Antonio, Texas that has been churning out delicious burgers and fries since 1950. The original fancy ketchup recipe will forever remain a secret and must be protected at all costs, but we do know that this certainly isn't the healthiest ketchup on the list, as it's made with high-fructose corn syrup. This ketchup also contains tomato paste, vinegar, sugar, salt, onion powder, garlic powder, and other spices and natural flavors.

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Whataburger's ketchup is sweet, thick, and as close to tasting like ketchup perfection as any of us will probably ever get. We know today that tomatoes aren't the cure-all remedy Americans once thought they were, but a perfectly cooked burger topped with some Whataburger ketchup can certainly cheer us up on a bad day.

FAQs

What is the number 1 ketchup? ›

1. Heinz Simply Tomato Ketchup. One of the reasons why so many Americans love Heinz may be because Heinz has been making ketchup since 1876 — longer than just about anyone — and has set the standard for how the condiment "should" taste.

What is best ketchup? ›

And if you're looking for the best mayo, check out We Tasted 5 Mayos & This Is the Best!
  • Hunts Tomato Ketchup.
  • Whole Foods Market 365 Organic Tomato Ketchup.
  • Eat This, Not That!'s Homemade Ketchup Recipe.
  • Red Duck Organic Ketchup.
  • Sir Kensington's Classic Ketchup.
  • Heinz Tomato Ketchup.
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Which ketchup does not have high fructose corn syrup? ›

Simply Heinz™ is made from the basics: red ripe tomatoes, vinegar, sugar, salt, and a special blend of spices and flavorings. No GMO ingredients, no high-fructose corn syrup, and 100% Heinz taste.

Which brand of tomato ketchup is best? ›

  • Heinz Tomato Ketchup. ...
  • Solimo Tomato Ketchup. ...
  • Del Monte Tomato Ketchup: No Onion No Garlic Pouch. ...
  • Wingreens Farms -Tomato Ketchup. ...
  • NAPUOR Organic Tomato Sauce. ...
  • OTOBA'S Fresh Tomato Ketchup Bottle is made with 100% real tomatoes. ...
  • Ketofy - Keto Ketchup.
  • Veeba Truly Tomato Ketchup.

What ketchup does McDonald's use? ›

McDonald's actually makes its own ketchup.

Which is better Hunts or Heinz? ›

So, if you're looking for that classic smooth, glossy, sweet ketchup, go for Heinz, and if you want a little extra vinegar, Hunt's is probably your best bet.

Why did McDonald's stop using Heinz ketchup? ›

In 1973, a tomato shortage hit Heinz hard, and the company decided its glass bottle business would take priority over bulk accounts. Needless to say, McDonald's' executives weren't happy with this and abruptly ended the exclusive agreement.

Who sells the most ketchup? ›

According to this statistic, 197.92 million Americans used Heinz in 2020.

Which ketchup is the thickest? ›

Heinz ketchup is the thickest.

Is there such thing as healthy ketchup? ›

USDA Organic and non-GMO certified, Trader Joe's has one of the healthiest ketchups out there. Needless to say, it's made without corn syrup or high fructose corn syrup and the sugar content is low. This brand also doesn't contain any added sugars.

What ketchup has no sugar? ›

Heinz No Sugar Added Tomato Ketchup is the thick & rich ketchup you love. Use it to create perfect hot dogs and hamburgers.

What ketchup does not have sugar? ›

The thick and rich Heinz ketchup you love, sweetened only with red ripe tomatoes for 75% less sugar than regular ketchup. 101 Ways To Make You Smile.

What is the most popular ketchup in America? ›

For most of us, Heinz is the default ketchup of choice, the one we compare all other ketchups to. It makes sense; the company dominates 60% of the entire ketchup market.

What ketchup is made in USA? ›

Manufacturing. Heinz manufactures all of its tomato ketchup for their USA market at two plants: one in Fremont, Ohio, and the other in Muscatine, Iowa.

What brand of ketchup does Wendys use? ›

Heinz supplies ketchup to both McDonalds (for now!) and Burger King, and to Wendy's and Chick-fil-A. For McDonalds, at least, it seems that the new Burger King connection at Heinz was one step too far. McDonalds has taken a stand on ketchup.

What brand of ketchup does Chick-fil-A use? ›

Heinz, for example, meets the USDA's standards for Grade A ketchup and is the ketchup supplier for major chains like Burger King, Sonic, Applebee's, Arby's and Chick-fil-A, none of which brand their in-store condiment packets as "fancy." Heinz — which has been around since 1869 and recently introduced a divisive ...

What ketchup does McDonald's use 2022? ›

As for specifics, McDonald's ketchup and its old Heinz have three differences in ingredients. McDonald's newest ketchup omits the onion powder and spice found in Heinz and adds a bit of water. Altogether, it consists of tomato concentrate, distilled vinegar, high fructose corn syrup, water, salt, and natural flavor.

What happened to Hunt's ketchup? ›

In 1988, Hunt's catsup changed its label to ketchup. In May 2010, Hunt's ketchup temporarily removed high fructose corn syrup from its ingredients. The new ingredients were "tomatoes, sugar, vinegar, salt and other seasonings".
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Product typePreserved tomato products
Websitewww.hunts.com
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Whats the difference between catsup and ketchup? ›

You can actually call the substance by either name, as there's no difference between ketchup and catsup. They're just two different terms for the same thing. Ketchup has been around a long time. The name probably comes from ke-chiap (sometimes written ke-tsiap), which was a pickled fish sauce popular in China.

Why does Heinz ketchup taste different? ›

Because as Malcolm Gladwell once explained, Heinz doesn't just taste good, or even great. It tastes objectively perfect: When Heinz moved to ripe tomatoes and increased the percentage of tomato solids, he made ketchup, first and foremost, a potent source of umami.

What is extra fancy ketchup? ›

"Fancy" or US Grade A is a USDA grade for tomato ketchup, which deals with the specific weight of the ketchup. That is, in order to qualify as fancy, ketchup must have a minimum of 33% tomato solids in the sauce, as well as meeting other criteria regarding color, consistency, and absence of defects.

Who makes McDonald's french fries? ›

Rainey recounted the gentleman's agreement McDonald's CEO Ray Kroc made in the 1960s with J.R. Simplot to be the restaurant chain's frozen fry supplier. Today, J.R. Simplot Co. remains the major supplier of McDonald's fries and a central player in the Idaho agricultural economy.

Why is it called Heinz 57? ›

"At the time, there were 60 products being sold, but he thought there was something mystical, magical, and memorable about 57," she said in an email statement. "He said he chose '5' because it was his lucky number, and '7' because it was his wife's lucky number. It has been '57' ever since."

What is the number 1 condiment in America? ›

Sales of condiment and dressing categories in the U.S. from 2019-2021. In 2021, mayonnaise was the top condiment in the United States, with sales of approximately 164 million U.S. dollars.

Who is Heinz ketchup competitor? ›

The Kraft Heinz Company competitors include Mondelez International, Nestle USA, Danone and Kerry Foods. The Kraft Heinz Company ranks 3rd in Product Quality Score on Comparably vs its competitors.

Which country consumes the most tomato ketchup? ›

In the Ketchup stakes, Canada leads with 3.1kg per head, followed by Finland (3kg), Sweden (2.7kg), the UK (2.4kg), Norway (2.3kg), Austria and the US (both 2.2kg). Russians aren't nearly as fond of ketchup as they are of mayonnaise, squirting just 1.4kg onto their bangers.

What is the closest thing to ketchup? ›

Tomato paste (in a cooked dish)

The next best ketchup substitute is tomato paste. Add vinegar and/or honey or maple syrup using the quantities above if you have them on hand. You could also mix in a little Worcestershire sauce. Straight tomato paste is pretty bland, but it works in a pinch.

Does Hunts ketchup taste different? ›

If you want a bit of tang: Hunts Tomato Ketchup, $2.50 for 35 ounces. This familiar national brand got high marks from tasters because of its balanced flavor and slight tang. It had a slight acidity and vinegary flavor that was welcoming and a great complement to the sweetness.

Are all ketchups the same? ›

Clearly, not all ketchup is alike. This was a blind tasting, meaning tasters didn't know which ketchup was which. Each participant in the tasting was asked to rate each brand on appearance, aroma, texture and flavor.

Is mayo or ketchup healthier? ›

Compared with its competitor mayonnaise, ketchup has no fat and far fewer calories per tablespoon (mayo contains 103 calories, 12 grams fat). This makes it a healthier choice for those trying to cut out added calories. Processed and cooked tomatoes were also found to have high levels of the antioxidant lycopene.

What happens if you eat too much ketchup? ›

When you consume too much of it, it can cause heartburn or acid reflux. These acids when go into the stomach add up to gastric acid used by the body to break down the food that you eat. Thus, it is advised for those who have gastric problems to not consume tomato ketchup or tomatoes.

Which ketchup is best for diabetics? ›

The 5 Best Sugar-Free Ketchups Of 2021
RankProduct
1.Heinz Tomato Ketchup
2.True Made Foods Vegetable Ketchup
3.G Hughes Sugar Free Ketchup
4.Nature's Hollow Sugar Free Ketchup
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Can diabetics eat ketchup? ›

Can you eat ketchup if you have diabetes? Yes. With ketchup , the concern might not be with the condiment itself but with the amount eaten. A tablespoon of ketchup has just under 5 grams of carbohydrates.

Is ketchup healthier than tomatoes? ›

Ketchup is healthier than a tomato

Good tomato ketchup contains a lot of – absorbable – lycopene. Lycopene is the pigment that makes tomatoes red, and a very important antioxidant. Normally, our body cannot properly absorb lycopene from tomatoes.

What is a healthy alternative to ketchup? ›

Salsa makes a great alternative to ketchup, because unlike ketchup which is loaded with high amounts of sugar, salt and fat, salsa is a relatively healthy food.

Is Heinz Ketchup unhealthy? ›

With ketchup, unfortunately, the bad factors outweigh the good. In reality, ketchup is extremely high in high fructose corn syrup, which can raise your blood sugar and ultimately lead to obesity, diabetes or heart disease. Plus, ketchup doesn't really have any nutritional value despite being made from tomatoes.

Is ketchup anti inflammatory? ›

In recent cell culture studies with human endothelial cells we have shown that tomato ketchup exerts significant anti-inflammatory effects, which could be related to the particular composition of antioxidants, i.e. lycopene, ascorbic acid and α-tocopherol.

What is the most popular ketchup in America? ›

For most of us, Heinz is the default ketchup of choice, the one we compare all other ketchups to. It makes sense; the company dominates 60% of the entire ketchup market.

Why is Heinz ketchup the best? ›

Heinz's ketchup is a classic for a reason. In addition to its thick consistency, it was the best tasting, with a savory, umami flavor that also wasn't too sweet or tart.

Who sells the most ketchup? ›

According to this statistic, 197.92 million Americans used Heinz in 2020.

Why did McDonald's get rid of Heinz Ketchup? ›

In 1973, a tomato shortage hit Heinz hard, and the company decided its glass bottle business would take priority over bulk accounts. Needless to say, McDonald's' executives weren't happy with this and abruptly ended the exclusive agreement.

What is the number 1 condiment in America? ›

Sales of condiment and dressing categories in the U.S. from 2019-2021. In 2021, mayonnaise was the top condiment in the United States, with sales of approximately 164 million U.S. dollars.

Who makes the thickest ketchup? ›

Heinz ketchup is the thickest.

What is ketchup called in Mexico? ›

Ketchup is the dominant term in American English and Canadian English, although catsup is commonly used in some southern US states and Mexico. Tomato sauce is more common in English-speaking countries outside North America.

Is there healthy ketchup? ›

Some brands with healthier ingredients include:, Annie's Natural Organic Ketchup, 365 Organic Tomato Ketchup and Trader Joe's Organic Ketchup. Another option is to make your own.

Do I need to refrigerate ketchup? ›

Condiments such as ketchup and mustard

According to TheKitchn.com, yellow, Dijon, or even whole-grain mustard can be put away in the cabinet for up to two months and as mentioned before, ketchup can be kept outside the refrigerator for up to a month.

What ketchup is made in USA? ›

Manufacturing. Heinz manufactures all of its tomato ketchup for their USA market at two plants: one in Fremont, Ohio, and the other in Muscatine, Iowa.

Who is Heinz ketchup competitor? ›

The Kraft Heinz Company competitors include Mondelez International, Nestle USA, Danone and Kerry Foods. The Kraft Heinz Company ranks 3rd in Product Quality Score on Comparably vs its competitors.

Which country consumes the most tomato ketchup? ›

In the Ketchup stakes, Canada leads with 3.1kg per head, followed by Finland (3kg), Sweden (2.7kg), the UK (2.4kg), Norway (2.3kg), Austria and the US (both 2.2kg). Russians aren't nearly as fond of ketchup as they are of mayonnaise, squirting just 1.4kg onto their bangers.

What is extra fancy ketchup? ›

"Fancy" or US Grade A is a USDA grade for tomato ketchup, which deals with the specific weight of the ketchup. That is, in order to qualify as fancy, ketchup must have a minimum of 33% tomato solids in the sauce, as well as meeting other criteria regarding color, consistency, and absence of defects.

Who makes 365 ketchup? ›

From the manufacturer

365 by Whole Foods Market products give you that dance-down-the-aisles feeling. Our huge range of choices with high-quality ingredients at prices you can get down with makes grocery shopping so much more than tossing the basics in your cart. It's the splurgiest way to save.

Are all ketchups the same? ›

Clearly, not all ketchup is alike. This was a blind tasting, meaning tasters didn't know which ketchup was which. Each participant in the tasting was asked to rate each brand on appearance, aroma, texture and flavor.

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