Heinz finally solves ketchup's slow-pour predicament

Heinz has finally solved the problem of ketchup being impossible to pour.

OK, you might be inclined to point out that plastic squeeze bottles addressed that a long time ago.

Still, Heinz is offering help to people who prefer old-school glass bottles.

It turns out you've got to hold that bottle at a very specific angle.

Heinz Canada announced the new bottle design that shows fans exactly how to hold it. Apparently, holding the bottle at about a 45-degree angle puts it at the perfect pouring position.

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When held like that, the ketchup should easily slide on out of the bottle, without any tapping the side, shaking up the tomato-based contents, or sticking a knife through the opening. In order to make it simple for users to achieve the proper pour position, Heinz made one simple change: It put the company label at a 45-degree angle.

Now, all a ketchup connoisseur need do is hold the bottle so that the logo is straight and upright. Then pour.

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Fox News reached out to Heinz to see if this new bottle would be coming to the United States, or if free-flowing ketchup would be limited to Canada. There was no immediate reply.