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Hector Osorno is the Kraft Heinz Ketchup Master, whose job it is to make sure around 70% of the ketchup sold in America tastes the way it should. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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The Salt

Meet The Man Who Guards America's Ketchup

Deep inside the company that dominates the business of ketchup-making, there's a man who makes sure that every squeeze of this all-American condiment comes out just right. He's the Ketchup Master.

Hector Osorno is the Kraft Heinz Ketchup Master, whose job it is to make sure around 70% of the ketchup sold in America tastes the way it should. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Meet The Man Who Guards America's Ketchup

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Common's latest album, Let Love, tackles love, forgiveness and coping with past trauma. Claire Harbage and Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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Common Takes Time To Heal On 'Let Love'

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Hank Pronk's two-man submarine, the Nekton Gamma, leaves the dock. Aaron Bolton/Montana Public Radio hide caption

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Submarine Hobbyists Help Researchers On Montana's Flathead Lake

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