Heinz Created A Ketchup Puzzle With 570 Pieces That Are All The Exact Same Colour
Here's something nobody probably expected to be created. However, these are unprecedented times so anything can be possible. This Heinz ketchup puzzle has 570 pieces that are all the exact same shade of red. That's going to be difficult to solve!
On May 6, the condiment company announced that it made a new jigsaw puzzle that's a little different than the average one: it's all one colour.
"Heinz is known for its iconic, slow-pouring ketchup. In a period when everyone has a little more time on their hands and puzzle popularity has skyrocketed, we wanted to help pass the time by connecting the two," said Brian Neumann, senior brand manager at Kraft Heinz Canada, in a news release.
With all 570 pieces being an identical shade of Heinz red, it might just take forever to complete this.
Unlike a ketchup bottle, you can't just smack the bottom of it to make it go faster.
"We're always looking to deliver fun, contextually relevant ways to give our consumers a smile, and this ridiculously slow, all-red Heinz ketchup puzzle seemed like the perfect fit," said Neumann.
The puzzle is designed for people ages three and up to give everyone something to do while staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
But you can't just buy one online. Instead, Heinz is giving away puzzles to people in 17 different countries.
In Canada, 57 of them are up for grabs if you want a chance to challenge yourself.
You can enter the contest on Heinz Canada's Instagram post by commenting and tagging you'd want to finish the puzzle with.
While at home, people are spending their time in a lot of different ways.
That could mean playing board games or even getting DIY Cards Against Humanity.
Another popular activity is baking.
Justin Trudeau actually gave a shoutout to people attempting to make their own sourdough at home.