In 2015, co-founder Evan Lampsa underwent open heart surgery to fix a congenital heart defect. While the event alone did not inspire him to create ketchup, it did motivate him to create healthier foods for people. Ketchup is a condiment many people do not perceive as detrimental to their health, but more than 20% of mainstream ketchup is made up of sugar alone.
At Ketchup Please, we believe in a healthier and happier America. Our product is specifically engineered to both provide an alternative to unhealthy mainstream brands, and put a smile on your face.
By providing consumers with a cause they can understand, and a mission they can believe in, Ketchup Please is making America a healthier and happier place, one ketchup bottle at a time.
Evan Lampsa is an avid golfer and enjoys developing Ketchup Please when he's off the course. Originally, Evan sought to create a brand centered around heart patients. His focus expanded to all people when co-founders Reed Kastner-Lang and Cole Montag became business partners with him. Evan also enjoys writing and cooking. Stay tuned for our upcoming blog: Blood, Sweat, and Ketchup.
Meet the team
Reed Kastner-Lang has been deeply interested in all things business since selling golf balls and lemonade as a child. Reed co-founded a landscaping company his freshman year of high school and after hearing about Evan’s ketchup business idea, he couldn’t resist. Outside of developing Ketchup Please and landscaping, Reed enjoys playing sports, selling items on Facebook and eBay, and spending time with friends and family.
Cole Montag is pursuing a career in business working towards the opportunity to change the world and make a strong impact for the betterment of society. Cole enjoys spending time with his business partners and focusing on Ketchup Please. He wants to ensure that Ketchup Please's mission is heard across the country.