We’re looking at a nationwide ketchup shortage because of the pandemic. Because so many restaurants are now doing more to-go orders, they’re going through a ton of packets . . . and prices are up 13% in 14 months. We’re also buying more bottles of ketchup at home than ever. In 2020, there were more than $1 billion in ketchup sales in the U.S. . . . that’s 15% higher than 2019.