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        Flavour for the Way Canada Eats.


        We’ve been working hard for more than a century to make the best tasting flavours for your food. From the ballpark to the backyard to the holiday table, French’s is a staple.


        See where we’ve been and come along with us for what’s next. There’s never been a better time to get French’s out of the refrigerator onto its rightful place at the table.

        A bottle of French's ketchup with a bowl ofac and cheese with ketchup on top


        George and Francis French, sons of R.T. French introduced French’s Classic Yellow Mustard, served over hot dogs at the St. Louis World’s Fair in the United States.


        French’s mustard was first available in a glass bottle with screw top lid.


        Worcestershire hits the market to dress up meats, sauces and stews.

        An old picture of French's products


        The squeezable packet was introduced, making it convenient to enjoy mustard on-the-go.


        Spicy Brown Mustard kicks up the party on sandwiches, salads, burgers and hot dogs.


        Dijon Mustard makes its debut, dressing up deli counters, picnic baskets, kitchen tables and more.

        An old picture of French's products


        Easy-squeezy. French’s goes from glass to a squeezable bottle. Squirt it on dogs, burgers or straight into your mouth.


        French Fried Onions join the French’s family, garnishing all green bean casseroles here forward.


        Honey Mustard gets folks dipping everything from chicken fingers to pizza in this sweet & tangy sauce.

        Old picture of french's products


        New bottle shape with clean-cap technology. Same great taste. None of the mess.


        Families can now proudly serve French's Tomato Ketchup, crafted from fresh ripe tomatoes grown in Leamington, Ontario and bottled right in Canada, without any high fructose corn syrup or GMOs.

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