A Heinz spokesperson says Mayochup is only available in the Middle East's Gulf states, such as the United Arab Emirates. You can purchase your own bottles via an online retailer in Kuwait for around $4, and then pay an exorbitant shipping cost if you'd like to mail the condiment blend across the world. As for how the product differentiates from Thousand Island, Heinz explained the picayune details:
"Thousand Island dressing is typically 2 parts mayonnaise, 1 part ketchup. Heinz Mayochup is a 1:1 ratio," the spokesperson said.
In the meantime, you have three days to join the raging debate currently seizing Heinz's Twitter account.