Ketchup Please is a gourmet ketchup that has less sodium than traditional ketchup. Ketchup Please is also one of the only ketchups on the market that is both organic with no sugar added. KP Ketchup has a unique sweet, tangy taste, with just the right amount of spice. Our ketchup appeals to people of all ages and can be used on virtually any food, such as grilled chicken, fish, eggs, burgers and fries, and even carrots! Show us what foods you use to #sWItchuptokpketchup to be featured on our social media!
No added sugars
The average American consumes 284.6% more sugar than the World Health Organization suggests. That's why we use organic stevia to sweeten our ketchup without the unnecessary calories and health risks associated with sugar. Our ketchup contains 1 gram of sugar per serving that comes naturally from tomatoes.
Our ketchup is certified USDA organic, which means no artificial flavors, preservatives, colors, pesticides, fertilizers, or GMO's.
Our ketchup is locally produced at the Petite Chef in Dousman, WI. Evan, Reed, and Cole create and package all ketchup by hand and comply with all the strict manufacturing rules set by the USDA and FDA.
Frequently Asked Questions
When does Ketchup Please expire?
Ketchup Please expires one year from the date printed on the bottom of the bottle. Once the bottle is opened, the ketchup will last about six months. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
Is Ketchup Please low sodium?
While our product does not meet the FDA definition for a low sodium condiment, our ketchup contains less sodium than almost all mainstream brands.
Why do you use glass bottles instead of plastic?
Ketchup Please strives to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Currently, glass bottles are more environmentally friendly than their plastic counterparts.
How do you sweeten your ketchup?
We use USDA Organic stevia to sweeten our ketchup without the added sugar.
Isn’t $7 for a bottle of ketchup expensive?
Our price per bottle at retail is right on par with our more direct competitors. Few brands offer an organic and no sugar added ketchup. Online, you can buy a four-pack of Ketchup Please at $6 per bottle and a case of 12 bottles for $5 per bottle. The average household go through about a bottle of ketchup monthly, so our ketchup costs around an extra $3.50 per month for a typical family's food bill.