Who hasn't struggled with the iron clad will of a ketchup packet? I know I have, and apparently enough of America has because Heinze had reinvented the ketchup packet. Heinz revealed its redesigned "Dip and Squeeze" packets. The new and improved packets will replace the old packets at Wendy's restaurants. Company officials said the new packets were created after 3 years of development. The new improved design is not only easier to open but holds three times as much ketchup. McDonald's and Burger King say the new packets are being tested but company officials have declined to comment on their results.

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