@Reuters
Reuters
9 days ago
One-time use ketchup pockets are in short supply in food establishments across the U.S. as restaurants and bars continue to receive more take-out and delivery orders, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal https://t.co/CzzgJP0Mhz
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@19WitsCombi
19Pearls
9 days ago
@Reuters If most orders need 2 ketchum bags, why not just make them that size.
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@AlohaDeningham
MauiMellow
9 days ago
@Reuters I have PLENTY if there's a world wide shortage!
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@stimmi_neutron
stimmi neutron
9 days ago
@Reuters Yeah they are all in my kitchen drawers
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@MelanieHT1919
Melanie Hawkins
9 days ago
@Reuters If they are taking the food home,why not ask if ketchup is needed?
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@Beijo11
Watching from home
9 days ago
@Reuters You mean people don't have ketchup at home?
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@AlterEg32128213
Alter Ego Lowik
9 days ago
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@NevettJason
Jas Nevett
9 days ago
@Reuters Ketchup Sachets , Pockets are what you put them into. :P
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@MrsCatcouch
Carla H
9 days ago
@Reuters Surely it's time to re-think the single use sachets into a more eco friendly version? I mean, all that plastic just for one use? Feels unnecessary and excessive.
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@deegandeegan11
SHEILA DEEGAN
9 days ago
@Reuters Too much packaging anyway!
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@JanCo_GER
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9 days ago
@Reuters Imho, it's time the single sachets were banned. Anyone who wants ketchup/mayo can easily make sure they have a bottle at home.
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