With the baseball season well under way, many baseball fans across North America will be attending ball games to cheer on their favorite squad over the next several months.
There are few better combos while at the ballpark than a beer and a hot dog. However, there seems to be a controversy arising at Boston’s Fenway Park.
A couple years back, the Red Sox organization decided to switch suppliers when they signed a three-year deal with True Made Foods. With this new partnership, Fenway park switched over to a sugar and gluten-free ketchup. At first there was not much backlash from fans, but recently many people have taken to Social Media to complain about the new, awful tasting ketchup including NBC Sports Boston writer Joe Haggerty.
Good on the Red Sox for trying to provide a healthier alternative to its fans, but surely they were not expecting the change to cause this kind of uproar. Seems as though the world famous Fenway Franks were meant to be served with regular ketchup.
Some fans have even gone as far as bringing their own ketchup packets to the stadium.
Ketchup is the most used condiment in North America and most people have gotten used to that classic, delicious taste. It will be interesting to see how the operators over at Fenway Park decide to handle this ketchup controversy. Stay Tuned.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.