Have you ever been out at a burger spot and instead of a ketchup bottle, they give you a bunch of Heinz ketchup packets? You go to squeeze them out, but you can never seem to get every drop. Somehow in the corner, it gets all clogged up, so you end up using three packets when you probably only needed one.
Well, Heinz has dropped an invention that will help prevent just that. The Packet Roller will assist you in squeezing out every last drop of ketchup. They are calling it the “biggest innovation in sauce since the packet itself,” and we agree. The contraption looks like a ketchup bottle and will roll your sauce packet to push all the ketchup out onto your sandwich, burger, or side of fries. It’s even small enough to attach as a key chain and take everywhere.
“There are few things better than the unmistakable taste of Heinz and enjoying a meal with family and friends,” Ashleigh Gibson, Brand Director, said in a statement. “Our packets bring the magic to mealtime no matter where people are having their burger and fries but squeezing out every drop is no easy feat. We engineered the HEINZ Packet Roller to give fans a whole new way to savor their favorite condiment and ensure the last drop never goes to waste again.”
Starting today at 12 p.m. EST, the Packet Roller will be on sale at HeinzPacketRoller.com while supplies last. They are also available at Primanti’s in Pittsburgh, an iconic sandwich shop.
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