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Previously some French's ketchup sold in Canada was manufactured in the United States.
Canada's second-largest burger chain already uses Ontario tomatoes.
French's ketchup to be bottled in Canada as soon as next week.
In 2014, Leamington, Ontario was dealt a blow. The Heinz plant shut down due to the company's global restructuring, and production was moved stateside. As a town of 30,000 struggled with the loss of 740 good jobs and the loss of lifelong careers, farmers also had to rethink their existence as 'The Tomato Capital of Canada' would not have the local-dedicated demand for the product. And then something changed.