History Fun Fact!
Ketchup was originally a chinese concoction made with fish and spices known in some dialects as kôe-chiap or kê-chiap. The word was modified in different countries until it became Ketchup.
Eventually the food reached England, where it was often made with mushrooms. This form of ketchup is still available in United Kingdom.
Tomato Ketchup is rather recent and originally had fish in it. Nowadays there are many ketchup variants with ingredients such as fruits and mushrooms, and tomato ketchup is the leading American condiment.