The title says it all. Does anyone know why there aren't ketchup packets as large as, say, salad dressing packets? No one ever uses just one ketchup packet, and most of the time people grab way more than they need because each packet is so small. It's not like there's a ketchup packet distribution infrastructure that would be completely disrupted if they started making larger packets. Does anyone know what the deal is?

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