Fast food chain announces switch over to French’s ketchup
A still from a French's Ketchup ad is pictured.
Tuesday morning fast food chain A&W announced that they will be serving French’s ketchup and mustard in all of its restaurants across Canada.
French’s Ketchup has made headlines recently due to an online push for Canadians to use the product which is made with tomatoes from Leamington.
Loblaws faced heavy criticism when the decision was made to pull the product from their shelves. The decision was reversed due to the backlash.
A&W Food Services Canada says the transition is already underway and says guests across Canada will be able to use the new toppings starting in April.
"At A&W, we're always looking to partner with Canadian suppliers and farmers who are producing natural ingredients," says Susan Senecal, President of A&W Canada in a release.