Nation Sees Ketchup Deficit

Canadians’ love of salsa is weighing heavily on a national trade gap in processed foods. The Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute said growing popularity of imported salsa over Canadian-made ketchup has left a widening condiment deficit: “We don’t have all the answers”.

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