Ketchup, unfortunately, has become synonymous with cheap and nasty products.
So what’s wrong with ketchup? There are so many ways that it can be used to pack a much needed punch in your mouth. But by itself, it’s nothing more than tomato paste flavoring…with the added taste of salt thrown into the mix.
The subject of ketchup will be discussed in this article as well as some of its topics: its history, use in different cultures and countries; periods when ketchup was made; how it has evolved over time; decades when ketchup was used in food production.
“Ketchup is a sauce with tomato and sugar. It was invented by Thomas Ford Walter Selby in 1887”.
The introduction is a very important part of any business. In this fast evolving world, our clothes and accessories can look dated within a year. This must be the reason why so many people prefer buying new clothes every season. The same holds for food products; most of us can’t wait for the season when we are going to have new food items that we have been craving for.
The introduction should be written in such a way that it makes sense to those who are not familiar with the subject at hand. Although this could sometimes be tricky, it is extremely worthwhile because of its importance and impact on your audience’s attitude towards your product/service/brand/company etc