(Photos) Nasty! Rodent Fur Found In Heinz Ketchup WHERE?!?!

More disgusting news for ya. This time, it’s from beautiful Brazil. Despite it’s apparent beauty, health officials discovered rodent fur in a batch of Heinz ketchup. The contaminated condiment was actually made in Mexico and imported to Brazil, so officials have now launched investigations in both countries to determine the cause of such a discovery. In the meantime, the entire batch of ketchup has been discarded and removed from circulation. Despite the disgust, it’s not completely uncommon for vermin to show up in food. Hit the jump for pics of situations like this.

Snowplows Used To Get What Off Highway & It Wasn’t Snow?!?!

Our favorite Condiment spilled all over a highway, hundreds of pounds of it too. Hit the jump for more!

Lol Can’t Always Have It Your Way, Especially For Some Ketchup!!!

Lol it’s kinda funny when a customer demands something, but you as the employee can’t do anything about is funnier lol. Hit the Jump for the rest of the story. AliTheGreatest

Heinz Launches New Ketchup Flavor

Heinz has announced that they will be launching a new flavored ketchup, but only for a limited time. The ketchup won’t be hitting stores until January 2013, but Facebook fans can buy the limited edition as soon as November 26 and with a buy two-five bottles and get one free offer. I’m not sure how well this flavor is going to do because they already have a similar flavor to it. Find out which flavor is launching below. Julie A.

Heinz Launches New Ketchup Flavor For The First Time In A Decade

For the first time in a decade, Heinz has announced that they launched a new ketchup flavor. This flavor will probably be more successful than their last launch, remember that purple and green ketchup they released back in the day?! The flavor will have balsamic vinegar instead of regular white distilled vinegar. Heinz also announced that they will be relying on word-of-mouth and social networking rather that ads for the new flavor. Read more after the jump. @Julie1205

Hit Man Fell In Love With VictiM & Faked Her Death With Ketchup

A hired killer fell in love with his victim then faked her death with the help of some tomato ketchup. Hitman Carlos Roberto de Jesus, from Brazil, was paid £345 to murder Iranildes Aguiar Araujo. Continue reading after the jump. @capriSUNshine

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