Inspired by a video of a fake bottle of clear Heinz ketchup, mad food scientist Barry Lewis wanted to see if he could make the idea real. What he ended up with was basically a goopy soup, but it’s still clear and tastes like tomatoes. He posted the complete recipe on his website if you dare try it yourself.
It’s easy enough to make stage blood, but ketchup has always been a go-to for last-minute Halloween costumes. Heinz is rolling with that idea with its “Tomato Blood” – their beloved red condiment in special Halloween packaging. They’re also selling a collectible costume kit and various blood-compatible costumes.
Riffle Shuffle’s tasty decks celebrate our love of two junk food staples. Designed by Rich Li, the Ketchup deck is embellished with tomatoes throughout, while the Fry deck is all about potatoes, and comes packaged in a tuck box that looks like a pack of fast food fries. Each deck is limited to 2500 pieces.