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Heinz to sell new sauce mashups ‘Mayomust’ and ‘Mayocue’

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Kraft Heinz is no longer just for Ketchup lovers.

The brand has introduced two new combinations targeting sauce fans. The first is a mayonnaise and barbecue mashup the makers call Heinz Mayocue and the second a mustard concoction, also with mayo, called Mayomust.

“Sauce lovers nationwide have been mixing different condiments to create flavor combinations that will take their favorite foods to the next level for years,” Nicole Kulwicki, Heinz director of brand marketing, said in a statement.

“First with Mayochup sauce and now with Mayocue and Mayomust sauces, we’re taking out the guesswork to give our fans the perfect condiment blends from the start!”

The sauces are being sold in 16.5-ounce Easy Squeeze bottles for $3.49 at major retailers and online this month.

Nicole C. Brambila is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Nicole at 724-226-7704, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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