The people of Collinsville, Illinois and H.J. Heinz Co. conspired yesterday to come up with the world's largest ketchup packet. It was eight feet tall and contained 3/4 of a ton of ketchup. Which would have been the perfect occasion for a really large order of French fries, but apparently that didn't happen.
For more, check out the World's Largest Ketchup Packet Web site.
If you've ever wondered how to pour ketchup, Robert Allgeyer has a Web page for you. Pouring Ketchup offers "the full technical explanation" (with illustrations) on...how to pour ketchup. Check it out here.