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Ketchup’s birth in America

Jonathan Brunt / The Spokesman-Review

Andrew F. Smith, who wrote “Pure Ketchup: The History of America’s National Condiment,” talks about the origins of ketchup and early uses in the United States. When ketchup was bottled and sold in the mid-19th century, it cost $4.50 for a pint, Smith describes.

 
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