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Courtesy of Heinz
Total sales: $278,647,900
Total sales: 114,466,800
Avg. price: $2.43
Surprised Heinz 57 wasn’t the best-selling condiment in the U.S.? You probably aren’t alone. Despite its seeming ubiquity, the nation’s best-selling ketchup neither sells as many units or generates as much sales as the best-selling mayo or salsa. It does, however, dominate the $481 million U.S. ketchup market, with nearly 60 percent of total sales.