Referring to the one-year value of COVID-19 restaurant closures, workplace safety issues and the resulting strain on the supply chain, the ketchup industry says it plays catch-up as supplies fall and companies try to increase supply, according to Wall Street
Restaurants in Search of packages mostly feel the press.
"We have been hunting high and low," Chris Fuselier, owner of the Blake Street Tavern in Denver, told the newspaper about his struggle.
The problem is that the pandemic limits many restaurants to takeaway services, "making individual ketchup packages the primary spice currency for both national chains and mom-and-pop restaurants," the newspaper reported.
And package prices are up 1
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