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Courtesy of Grey Poupon
Total sales: $44,943,710
Total sales: 13,244,600
Avg. price: $3.39
Kraft Food’s "fancy" Dijon-style mustard has gone mainstream. The second best-selling mustard in the U.S., despite its French name and snobby reputation, it is 100 percent American. (According to the Boston Globe’s website, the company was actually founded by two men named Grey and Poupon.) Today it accounts for 13 percent of total U.S. mustard sales. Sacre bleu.