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Heinz, which holds nearly 70 percent of the U.S. retail market for ketchup, has been impacted the most and has struggled to meet demand. To catch up with the ketchup shortage, Heinz plans to open new manufacturing lines, beginning with two in April, with the aim of increasing production by 25 percent and bringing the total of ketchup packets produced per year to 12 billion. In the meantime, some restaurants that typically rely on Heinz as their go-to ketchup brand have had to settle for alternatives and use generic brands.