Welp, It's Official! Heinz's "Mayochup" Is Making Its Way to the US
Mayonnaise and ketchup. A few months ago, this condiment combination shook the internet as people realized Heinz sold "Mayochup" in the Middle East. Fans and skeptics couldn't stop talking about this interesting sauce, where it originated, and whether it should come to the US. Well, regardless of where you stand, prepare yourself. Heinz has heard all the passionate responses and decided to bring Mayochup to the States. The only question is — where?
According to Heinz, its Mayochup combines mayonnaise, ketchup, and a special blend of spices and will be available for around $3 at major retailers like Walmart. The brand gave condiment-lovers a chance to vote for a Mayochup food truck to take over their city to be among the first to taste it. The internet is still clearly divided over the union of these household sauces, but read on and you'll see responses from fans who are excited for the condiment's arrival.
Whether you know Mayochup as special sauce, fry sauce, or Thousand Island dressing (hold the relish), this could be one worth dipping your fries in! We'll have to taste and see.