Ketchup is the most widely used condiment in the United States. It can be found in 97% of all kitchens, a showing matched only by salt and pepper according to Gidman (2010). Ketchup has been popular in the United States for nearly 200 years and today is consumed by 93% of the population. According the NPD Group, a market research firm, 56% of ketchup is consumed on three main foods: Hamburgers, hot dogs, and French fries which remain the most eaten foods for kids and adults, according to a Survey of National eating Trends (2010).
“Monetary rather than fiscal policy ended the great depression in the USA” – Is this statement true? Was going off the Gold Stan Introduction The Great Depression initiated in 1929 with the “Black Tuesday” in October initiated a decade of under full employment production that only saw full recovery with the emergence of the Second World War. Particularly in the US, since many European countries saw an earlier recovery, whilst the US only saw the beginning of this process with the election of Roosevelt in 1933 and a change in policy that included the implementation of the New Deal.