'Tomato ketchup should be kept in the cupboard, not the fridge' - do you agree with Mayor of London Boris Johnson?

Boris Johnson thinks ketchup should be stored in the cupboard not the fridge, but where do you keep yours?

Boris Johnson thinks ketchup should be stored in the cupboard not the fridge, but where do you keep yours?

First published in News

The Mayor of London’s announcement that he will stand for Parliament next year overshadowed another massive Boris proclamation this week.

During one of his #askboris sessions on Twitter Mr Johnson declared he keeps – brace yourself now, this is really big news – ketchup in the cupboard rather than the fridge.

Here is the full transcript of how this huge revelation came out:

 

 

So now Boris has made his feelings on this important issue known, we ask where do you keep yours? Should ketchup be kept chilled in the fridge or stored at normal room temperature in the cupboard? What about other condiments and preserves?

If the Mayor is willing to discuss this topic it must be worth talking about. So come on south-east London and north Kent, come on World, let’s settle this once and for all. Add your views in the comments box below.

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11:51am Fri 8 Aug 14

marc8888 says...

Cupboard. Deffo. Glad he's brought the question to the public...
Cupboard. Deffo. Glad he's brought the question to the public... marc8888
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12:15pm Fri 8 Aug 14

Burntout says...

Surely it depends if its got preservatives or not? A few years ago Heinz went down the healthy route and removed colourings and preservatives. The flip side is now needs to be kept in fridge after opening. If you're buying one the still adds 'bleach' or simila preservative though I'm sure cupboard is fine.
Surely it depends if its got preservatives or not? A few years ago Heinz went down the healthy route and removed colourings and preservatives. The flip side is now needs to be kept in fridge after opening. If you're buying one the still adds 'bleach' or simila preservative though I'm sure cupboard is fine. Burntout
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