Finally, a condiment mashup that doesn’t include mayonnaise! After launching Mayochup – a mayonnaise and ketchup combo – in 2018 and Mayomust and Mayocue (a mixture of mayonnaise and mustard and mayonnaise and barbecue sauce, respectively) earlier this year, on Wednesday, April 3, Kraft Heinz announced the debut of a mayo-less condiment that’s bound to be a hit with ranch dressing lovers.
As you may have guessed, the newest member of Kraft Heinz’s condiment hybrid lineup, which is now available for purchase online, is called Kranch sauce. The unique topping is described as a “mouthwatering mix of ketchup and ranch” that also happens to feature a “special blend of spices” for an added flavor boost. In other words, it’s the perfect companion for a burger, french fries and more.
“When we launched Mayochup, Mayomust and Mayocue, our fans speculated on social media what they thought the next condiment mashup should be – the tweets were pouring in!” Dalia Adler, associate director of marketing for Heinz, told Us Weekly in a statement. “Inspired by our fans’ ideas, our new Kranch sauce is a blend of ketchup and ranch that will completely change your condiment game this summer.”
Kranch is expected to be on shelves at retailers nationwide later this month. And, like Mayochup, Mayomust and Mayocue before it, each bottle of Kranch is slated to retail for around $3.49.
Interestingly enough, Kranch is also the “healthiest” condiment Kraft Heinz has released in 2019 thus far. More specifically, a two-tablespoon serving of Mayocue contains 140 calories and 200 mg of sodium and a two tablespoon serving of has 160 calories and 280 mg of sodium. However, an identical serving of Kranch boasts just 100 calories and 170 mg of sodium. Translation: Feel free to slather on the Kranch without feeling (too) guilty!
Though ranch has also been a beloved condiment, the dressing seems to be in the midst of a bit of a moment. The Kranch reveal comes only a few days after Twisted Ranch, a St. Louis restaurant where everything on the menu is made with the salad topper, announced the debut of five bold, creamy ranch-forward condiments. The sauce varieties, which are produced via a partnership with Kraft Heinz, include Black Pepper Parmesan, Cheesy Smoked Bacon, Garlic Smashed Buffalo, Honey Dipped Wasabi and Mango Spiked Habanero.
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