McCormick now bottling French's ketchup in London, Ont.

Popular ketchup will be made under the same roof as the company's Club House brand

McCormick Canada is moving the production of its popular ketchup brand in-house.

French's ketchup, which is made with 100% Canadian-grown tomatoes, will be blended, bottled and packaged from the company's plant in London, Ont., with full production ramping up this week. It was previously produced by a third-party Canadian supplier.

The move is part of a multi-million dollar expansion of McCormick's London manufacturing facility, which is also home to the company's Club House brand of extracts, herbs, seasoning and blends.

"We know how much Canadians love French's and how passionate they are when it comes to Canadian-grown, produced, and packaged products," said Trevor Squires, general manager at McCormick Canada. "We are proud to further our investment in the London area by expanding our bottling capabilities as we continue to deliver our delicious Canadian ketchup to families across the country."