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Depends on how it's made. I can't say it's "inherently" primal, but I suppose it can be "primalized" in some fashion, by making it yourself.
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Read the ingredients label. It'll tell you all you need to know.
Exactly what I was about to say!
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Everyone has pretty much said it....the ingredients tell all! Heinz and other brands are not primal at all, but I've found an amazing recipe in a book by Julie and Charles Mayfield called Paleo Comfort Foods. They have so many other kinds of "comfort" foods that we might miss by going primal, but they have found amazing ways to enjoy these good old recipes in a Primal way You should definitely check out the book.
I buy Simply Heinz - no HFCS. It has sugar instead, but I don't have a problem with that. I rarely use ketchup, except in a barbecue pork recipe and sometimes on burgers. I keep it on hand more for the grandkids and the hubs.