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Tribal Moose Cranberry Ketchup

(post, Kim Carlson)

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That's the ketchup  that melted the foil. 

I was given a bottle of Tribal Moose awhile back, and people, I'm addicted. 

There have been those, some in this very office even (nope, I won't name names), who claim that when it comes to ketchup, people want Heinz. But my family has bucked the trend. Now that we're fans, I'm going to make a special trip to Lamb's or order a few bottles of cranberry ketchup online. 

Made in Oregon's Willamette Valley with good-for-you cranberries and other tasty ingredients, the ketchup isn't too sweet and not too fire-engine-red, if you you know what I mean. It's sweetened with brown sugar; not a drop of high-fructose corn syrup to be found.

But watch it around your Reynold Wrap.