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Red Sox hit a Home Run with new Ketchup

Fenway is calling added sugars "out," with their recent partnership with True Made Foods.
November 19, 2020

The Red Sox recently signed a three-year contract with veteran-owned startup, True Made Foods as their exclusive partner for Ketchup, Mustard, and BBQ Sauce. True Made Foods makes Ketchup and other condiments that taste like conventional products but that are only sweetened with real fruits and vegetables. They do not

The Red Sox recently signed a three-year contract with veteran-owned startup, True Made Foods as their exclusive partner for Ketchup, Mustard, and BBQ Sauce. True Made Foods makes Ketchup and other condiments that taste like conventional products but that are only sweetened with real fruits and vegetables. They do not use any added sugars or artificial sweeteners.

"We are excited to partner with True Made Foods and offer our fans the option of having sugar-free and gluten free ketchup, mustard, and BBQ sauce options at the ballpark," said Red Sox Executive Vice President Troup Parkinson.

True Made Foods founder & CEO, Abe Kamarck, a Navy veteran and father of four hated ketchup. He knew it was nothing but red sugar...but his kids didn't care...or listen...so Abe made a better ketchup, using veggies like butternut squash and carrots to sweeten his products, not sugar.

When Fenway opens up again, Red Sox fans will be able to pour ketchup on their fries guilt free!