Citing health trends (demands?), Heinz said it would reduce the amount of salt in its ketchup recipe. The Post reports, "Company officials have taste tested the new blend and believe it will be as popular as their old recipe, which has a 60 percent share of the ketchup market." But that seems like a bunch of catsup to one Bay Ridge devotee with decades of Heinz consumption under his belt, "I'm so used to the ketchup the way it is -- why would they change it? I'm 80 years old, and I haven't died yet. It's really hard for me to eat without salt. I think it's infringing on our rights!"