USA: Look who's talking two: Heinz Ketchup talking label bottles are back by popular demand
They're back and they just won't be quiet! Heinz Ketchup's wisecracking "talking label" bottles are returning by popular demand to add a splash of creative personality to any food. The boisterous bottles with funny messages on the label will be rapping with consumers again this February, after a one-year hiatus. Heinz first introduced "talking labels" on the world's best-selling ketchup in 1999, creating a buzz among consumers who couldn't get enough of the humorous ketchup commentary.
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