Bottle innovation of the late 20th century that lead to faster application of ketchup to foodstuffs. Although glass bottles are still available in stores and restaurants, plastic bottles seem to be more popular in North America now due to their squeezability.

While squeezability helps us humans out in the way of thick condiments like ketchup and mustard (and even relish, although it looks gross coming out), some rather unlikely companies are trying to market squeezable bottles for their already quick-to-pour products. See Realemon.

Unfortunately, squeezable bottles don't fix the condoment stuck at the bottom of the bottle problem and have the added annoyance (or feature) of making rude noises. But, never fear, BigFoot is here.

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