Who Invented Tomato Ketchup?

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There is no record of who exactly invented the tomato ketchup but it is known that Sandy Addison was the first one to create a recipe of it. In the 1960's the Chinese came up with a concoction that they called koe-chiap or ke-chiap and later on many kinds of ketchup were created.
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Ketchup from Chinese ke-tsiap (fish sauce). 17th C sailors brought it west. Heinz 1st sold it in 1876
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The precursor to ketchup was a fermented fish sauce from southern China. As far back as 300 BC, texts began documenting the use of fermented pastes made from fish entrails, meat byproducts and soybeans.
The tomato ketchup recipes were first published in the early 17th century. Heinz launched its first ketchup in 1876.
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