Patented An application for a patent on this product was filed by Patrick Kelleher of Monroe, New York in 2009. From the patent application:

Two popular food items, mayonnaise and cranberry sauce, are mixed together to form a new food item which is to be called Cramonnaise. This new item is to be packaged and labeled with the new name—Cramonnaise. The name is derived from parts of the names of the ingredients, cranberry sauce and mayonnaise.

The patent application was abandoned in 2019.

It seems to be a peculiar feature of mayonnaise blends that they inspire weird names. Such as 'mayochup,' posted about previously.

     Posted By: Alex - Thu Nov 28, 2019
     Category: Food | Patents

Although it did not involve mayonnaise and another food product, I remember a bit of dialog from "My Favorite Martian" when Uncle Martin was trying to develop an alloy to repair his spaceship:

Donald Mumford: Cobalt and silicon? A very interesting combination. We could call the new element silibalt.

Uncle Martin: I prefer that to Colicon, which really sounds like a new soft drink.
Posted by KDP on 11/28/19 at 05:56 PM
Posted by docweasel on 11/29/19 at 07:27 PM
Ya know what? I can see it. I'm not sure I'd buy it myself, but I can see it. The tartness of the cranberries cutting through the olagineousness (spelling, please!) of the mayonnaise... yes, I can see that work.

<b>docweasel:<b> That's a standard one. Dijon mustard is an ingredient of proper (i.e., not Hellman's, let alone Heinz) mayonnaise anyway, and mixing it with whole-grain is a perfectly acceptable practice.
Posted by Richard Bos on 12/01/19 at 09:34 AM
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