In Israel, Heinz ketchup must now be called 'tomato
seasoning' because it does not have enough tomato in it to be called
an actual ketchup product. The Health Ministry said that since Heinz
does not contain at least 10% tomato solids, it can not legally be
called ketchup. Heinz's local importer, Diplomat, is working with
the Health Ministry to legally change the definition of ketchup from
containing 10% to 6% tomato solids. In the meantime, English labels
may still retain the term ketchup.