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ew research by

condiments company

Dr. Will's is based on

2,000 Brits who were

asked to document

their ketchup eating habits. In another

survey, almost a third of the nation

admitted they were most likely to take

a 'dip' of ketchup from the side of the

plate, this Chambers explains is an act

of conforming, or the sign of a 'well

rounded human being,' with 20% ranked

as 'squirters', neatly squirting ketchup

across the plate. One in 10 admitted to

spreading their tomato sauce with a knife.

Devilish diners were in the minority

with just 5% confessing to 'robbing'

sauce from another's plate to avoid

contamination on their own - according

to Chambers we put up with these people

because they are fun to be around. And

there's a name for those who opt out of

ketchup - the avoiders. Speaking about

this group, Dr William Breakey, founder of

Dr. Will's, said, "We find a lot of people

avoid condiments because they have

concerns around the health implications

of covering their food in ketchup, though

our sauces have no added sugar."

Dr. Will's then teamed up with

psychologist and wellbeing consultant

Lee Chambers to further define what your

ketchup habits say about you.

Dipper (on the side): The dipper is

the most popular of condiment behaviours

and suggests a character who likely to

conform to societies norms. A dipper is

unlikely to take spontaneous risks and is

a calming influence on other individuals.

In life, they are not overly excitable but are

happy and well-rounded human beings.

WHAT'S UP, KETCHUP?

What you do with your ketchup says something about you, says psychologist

Lee Chambers, separating the 'squirters' from the 'dippers'.

Squirter (all over neatly): The

squirter is a thoughtful individual,

likely to be empathetic and more

optimistic about the world. They

are often the quiet one in the room

and the most likely to put others

needs first. They are likely to be in

professions that help other people,

and they like to keep things simple.

Spreader (spreading

evenly): The spreader is a

methodical character, with an eye

for detail and a need for uniformity.

They like solving problems and

usually excel in technical roles.

While they may not be the most

social individuals, they are likely

to have a clear goal of where they

are going in life and are likely to be

kinesthetic learners.

Separator (own dish):

The separator understandably prefers

clear boundaries and rules. They are

likely to value order and justice, have

strong individualistic traits. They are

fans of process and design and have a

heightened physical self-awareness.

Splodger (all over mess): While

the splodge may look like they have

applied condiments like an excited child,

this chaos is a precursor to a dynamic

individual, who is likely to take action and

start new things outside of their comfort

zone. They may not always finish or

deliver, but they keep a level head in a

crisis and are highly adaptable.

Robber (steal from another

plate): The robber is the rarest breed

of condiment lover. A robber is always

looking to innovate and doesn't accept

the status quo. With the inner confidence

FOOD

REPORT

to encroach on the boundaries of others,

they are agile but lack compassion for

others. They are likely to take risks and

use charisma to soften other individuals.

They may be competitive but are generally

fun to be around.

Avoiders: The indignity! Those

who don't eat ketchup are likely to see

themselves as more sophisticated, have

more chance of seeing every small detail

in life, and are more likely to be in creative

professions. We mustn't forget that some

people have a phobia of tomatoes and

red sauces, and there are many reasons

to not be a ketchup eater.

Dr. Will's is an all-natural family of noadded sugar ketchups and sugar free

mayonnaises. They are available in

Tesco, Waitrose, Ocado and

www.dr-wills.com

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