These food pictures give a whole new meaning to the phrase 'want some ketchup with your fries?'
Mountains of Heinz Tomato Ketchup are slathered on the silhouette of fast food classics like burgers, fries and even fried chicken. It's all part of a promotional print campaign called Got Heinz...Got Food managed by advertising agency Leo Burnett Cairo.
Heinz Tomato Ketchup has been around since 1876 and here's a fun fact: the word 'tomato' appears in the name because, back then, ketchup was commonly made of other ingredients like mushrooms and walnuts.
We have to say, it's fun to have food photography that engages the viewer's imagination. But seeing the iconic ketchup bottle may result in instant hunger pangs. If so, head to our Recipessection for some culinary inspiration.
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