STATE COLLEGE, PA - Who knew a condiment could create so much controversy.
One Heinz fan says, "I think it's nonsense. Keep the Heinz Ketchup the way it is. Don't make the same mistake Coke made."
Heinz Company is changing its trademark recipe and and getting rid of 15 percent of salt.
"I don't see why they would change the recipe that's as good as it is now," Another Heinz fans said.
Changing the recipe means Heinz will be crowned the lowest sodium ketchup in the nation, and some agree a good thing for consumers. But it seems like it or not the 130 year-old product will at least be healthier and everyone else will have to catch on.
One faithful customer says,"It's my favorite brand. It's what I buy so it's worth trying." Heinz already conducted several taste test in several cites.
The new product is expected to be in stores shelves this summer.