About 1 million votes counted in a Twitter poll, Heinz was declared the winner will “pass the Heinz Mayochup”.
Question? “I want #mayochup in stores? 500,000 votes for ” Yes ” and we will be releasing his brash Americans”. Although it is clear that it was a common Pro-mashup of counting the votes that mattered, not the percentage, the team Mayochup still provided 55 per cent to 45 per cent who chose reasonable “nah, I make my own.”
Want mayochup #in stores? 500,000 votes for “Yes” and we let him go daring Americans.
— Heinz Ketchup (@HeinzKetchup_US) 11 APR 2018
So now the people have spoken and democracy has risen from its own charred hot dog ashes, the brand is moving forward with plans to roll out to U.S. consumers combined ketchup and mayonnaise—is a product already exists in some overseas markets by the end of this year.
Does not want our fragmented nation to move forward after a great #Mayochup split 2018, Heinz already foisted yet another controversial decision at mass: what should we call it?
We heard you brash Americans and we’re bringing You our version of the delicious Duo, what are you eating for many years. You team Mayochup or should we call it something else? Let us know your thoughts! pic.twitter.com/q0PRofYOO5
— Heinz Ketchup (@HeinzKetchup_US) 16 APR 2018
“We know that people combined with mayonnaise and ketchup for many years, and they are passionate about his name,” Nicole Kulwicki, Heinz marketing Manager, said in a statement. “That’s why we are asking America to share their proposals, to ensure that our version of this delicious Duo gets the name it deserves”.
“Heinz Mayochup”, and flew off the tongue, it is certainly an option. But more likely the choice of “fry sauce,” which is what the cords are called in some parts of the United States and around the world.
Personally, I recommend they add a little sweet sauce brine and vinegar, then try and get all excited about perfecting a recipe until they understand that they just re-invented the sauce “thousand Islands” and that time is a flat circle.