It’s an argument that's divided condiment lovers for generations. While the latter pronunciation isn't without its origins
, the world would probably be a better place if it was relegated to language's dustbin.
That’s why I’m volunteering to help Red Gold find a new brand manager
. Responsible for handling and marketing the company’s portfolio of tomato—let’s not even touch the whole to-may-to vs. to-mah-to
debate—products, the right candidate will need to devote himself or herself to a number of Red Gold categories (that is, when the brand manager isn't fighting the good ketchup fight).
But first, ketchup on more of the details here