First there was sliced bread, then there was sliced cheese, and now there is apparently sliced ketchup. Los Angeles-based food entrepreneur Emily Williams has launched a Kickstarter to source funds to bring her product, Bo’s Original Slice of Sauce, to market.

Williams and her business partner Thac Lecong were experimenting with family recipes when they accidentally developed what they describe as a “no-mess, portable condiment that adds a layer of flavor to anything from burgers and sandwiches to wraps and burritos.”

The final product resembles dry fruit but is shaped like Kraft cheese singles and can be used to add flavor to any food you desire.

At time of writing, $21,955 of the $14,920 goal has been pledged, meaning Williams and Lecong’s ketchup slices will most likely become reality.

For more information on the sliced condiment, head to the Kickstarter here.

What do you think, would you use these slices on your sandwiches and burgers? Let us know in the comments.

In other news, IKEA is testing new food made from insects. Read more on that here.

  • Photography: Slice of Sauce

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