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No, Bay Area restaurants are not running out of ketchup. Here’s what’s going on – San Francisco Chronicle

While many restaurants across the nation are struggling to keep up with a ketchup…

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While many restaurants across the nation are struggling to keep up with a ketchup shortage, the issue isn’t as severe in the Bay Area.As more restaurants switched to takeout over the course of the pandemic, shared ketchup bottles were quickly swapped in favor of individual packets, which are now in high demand and getting harder to find in some states.According to data from Plate IQ, a technology company that works with restaurants, the prices for ketchup packets have increased by 13% since January…

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