Get ready for the tomato-mobile.
Ford and Heinz are looking at ways to make car parts out of ketchup by-products, the automaker announced Tuesday.
Heinz uses more than two million tons of tomatoes every year and produces a lot of waste from the peels, stems and seeds.
One possible application: making wiring brackets or interior compartments - like cupholders - out of dried tomato skins, Ford said.
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