Not just ketchup. Slocomb held their annual tomato festival Saturday. Its the 26th year of the event and it kicked off Friday.
There are over forty-seven vendors with food, arts, and crafts at the family-friendly festival.
We spoke with one who is a new vendor this year.
"We just hope to get our product out before the people because its brand new, its hot-the best thing and also my wife has started the fundraising," says Jack Bell.
The festival's entertainment included Little Jimmie Reed, Dickey Merritt and the original Bama Jam Band