Retail Versions of Fancy Ketchup, Spicy Ketchup, Original Mustard
Available for Sale at Whataburger.com
SAN ANTONIO -- July 2, 2013 -- Whataburger lovers outside of Texas who have been craving Fancy Ketchup, Spicy Ketchup and Original Mustard from miles away can celebrate today! Whataburger is now selling bottles of its popular Fancy Ketchup, Spicy Ketchup and Original Mustard on its website, Whataburger.com.
Since the retail launch in May, Whataburger fans outside of H-E-Bs Texas and Mexico service area have made several requests through Whataburger social channels to make the condiments available online.
When we announced our in-store retail partnership with H-E-B, we were incredibly pleased with the enthusiastic response from customers of both Whataburger and H-E-B, said Senior Vice President of Whataburger Retail Dino Del Nano. At the same time, we heard from a lot of Whataburger fans outside of Texas who really wanted to get their hands on our popular ketchup and mustard. By making our condiments available online, we can help our out-of-state fans get their bottle of Fancy Ketchup, Spicy Ketchup or Original Mustard, whether theyre in Oklahoma or New York City.
Whataburger's Fancy Ketchup, Spicy Ketchup and Original Mustard are available at Whataburger.com in a three-pack for $19.99 or a six-pack for $26.99, which includes free ground shipping anywhere in the continental United States. Customers can purchase either multiple bottles of one product or a variety pack of all three.
What People are Saying about Whataburger Ketchup and Mustard Available Online:
(content provided directly from Whataburgers Facebook page)
Why must you taunt us non-natives with something in which we can only acquire in small doses?!! Matthew A., Surprise, AZ
Please have it available online to buy for us that love the spicy and dont live in Texas or OK. Shelly B.
I live in TN. do you have a website I can order these from? David B., Tennessee.
What about Arizona?? I want dat spicy ketchup NOW!!!!!! Justinian M-D., Arizona
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