• Hunter & Gather Tomato Ketchup
  • Hunter & Gather Tomato Ketchup
  • Hunter & Gather Tomato Ketchup

Hunter & Gather Tomato Ketchup

Regular price £3.70
Sale price £3.70 Regular price
Delivery estimate
Next Working Day (FREE on orders over £45):
DPD Premium Next Working Day:
Standard Delivery:
Game Changer

Product Description

An unsweetened, all natural, classic tasting ketchup that is made without added sugars, syrups or sweeteners. 

With less than 1g of carbs per serve this tomato ketchup is perfect for dolloping, dipping or dunking!

Ingredients & Allergens

Organic tomatoes (85%), apple cider vinegar, white balsamic vinegar, pink Himalayan salt, onion powder, garlic powder, spices (Allspice, coriander cloves, black pepper, cayenne pepper)

How to Use & Storage

Dip your celeriac fries into it!

Store in a cool dark place & refrigerate once opened for up to 6 weeks. Shake well before use.

Nutritional Information
Per 100g Per 12g serving
192 KJ
45 KCal
5 KCal
Fat 0.4g 0g
of which saturates 0g 0g
Carbohydrate 6.8g 0.8g
of which sugars 4.8g 0.6g
Protein 2.2g 0.3g
Fibre 1.9g 0.2g
Salt 2.1g 0.25g

for... good

  • Natural Ingredients
  • No added sugar
  • Seed oil and grain free

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Louise CD
Very misleading

Bottle isnt even full so don’t really get what you pay for.

I love this sauce.

I am not going to lie. If you want Heinz Ketchup then go to the supermarket. However, if you want a really tasty tomato sauce to accompany your favourite foods then you will not be disappointed. I seriously can not get enough of it. It is amazing as an accompaniment on a BLT or a Burger using either Seriously Low Bread or Seriously Low Rolls.

Very Good Ketchup

Tasted great on a bacon sandwich with toasted Seriously Low carb bread

Tanya Roberts
Best tomato sauce

This is so nice, and low in sugar and carbs, always loved hunter and gather products.
It’s also nice for a pizza base sauce, mixed with their bbq sauce too.Great products thank you.

Melanie North
Pleasant but not ketchup

I like this sauce and have used it a few times now, but I don’t find it much of a substitute for ketchup. It has a strong flavour of Worcestershire sauce in it - which I like, but it therefore doesn’t always work with a meal in the same way that ketchup does. For example; works great with cheese on low carb toast. Not so much with eggs.