Forget making cars more green—Ford and Heinz have a plan that adds a little red to the mix. In fact, they're entering into a collaboration to use remnants from ketchup to make parts for new cars.
Chowing down on fast food in the car used to mean going condiment free or wrestling with a foil packet equally as likely to squirt ketchup on your lap as on your french fries. Now, Heinz is offering a solution with their "car-friendly" packet. But does it work? Let's find out.