Republicans Back 'W' Ketchup A group of Republicans in New York City are boycotting Heinz ketchup. Instead of using the familiar 57 flavors bottle they opt for and invest in W Ketchup. Pippin Ross reports.
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A group of Republicans in New York City are boycotting Heinz ketchup. Instead of using the familiar 57 flavors bottle they opt for and invest in W Ketchup. Pippin Ross reports.

Correction Nov. 1, 2004

The National Restaurant Association has not launched a "ketchup war," as Pippin Ross reported.