NORWALK, Conn. — Stew Leonard’s introduced its new tomato ketchup that's made with sugar Tuesday. The all-natural, private-brand ketchup replaces a version containing high fructose corn syrup in all four stores. The bottle’s packaging has been updated to an upside-down shape for easier squeezing. “We reformulated our ketchup to contain a more natural ingredient: pure cane sugar,” said Rick Baker, a Stew Leonard’s buyer, in a prepared statement. Stew Leonard's also recently removed ...

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