Heinz did not forget to celebrate Halloween this year with a glow-in-the-dark bottle of Heinz Tomato Blood… Spooky!
Heinz is giving away 570 bottles of The limited-edition, glow-in-the-dark, bottle of “Tomato Blood” to those who participate in a TikTok Hashtag Challenge through October 31. The challenge consists of creating a Halloween-themed video on TikTok featuring a bottle of HEINZ Tomato Ketchup and using #HeinzHalloween and #Sweepstakes.
This is one bottle of condiment that even Vampires would envy. The limited-edition, glow-in-the-dark bottles of “Tomato Blood” are filled with thick and rich ketchup that can be dipped, dunked, and spread to add deliciously convincing blood to any Halloween celebration.
“Families have had to navigate a lot this year, and Halloween is no exception,” said Shelly Hayden, brand manager, Heinz Ketchup. “With Tomato Blood Ketchup, we want to give families a fun way to go big with their spooky celebrations, even if they look a little different in 2020.”
This Halloween, we’re going as ourselves. pic.twitter.com/h2EklKfYnJ
— Heinz Ketchup (@HeinzKetchup_US) October 23, 2020
The bottle also glows in the dark, adding a nice spooky effect. And don’t worry, Heinz has confirmed that only the juiciest, ripest tomatoes were harmed in the making of “Tomato Blood” Ketchup.
head to heinzhalloween.com for more information.
“Halloween is going to look a little different this year, so HEINZ is stepping up to help families put a new twist on their spooky festivities by launching HEINZ Tomato Blood Ketchup.”
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