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Oh, and it should keep you occupied for a while - if infuriatingly - because it is completely red.
Yes, this devilishly difficult puzzle comes with all of its pieces in identical Heinz Tomato Ketchup red, and is a response to the recent revival in jigsaw activity among puzzlers worldwide.
Designed to be slow, in honour of the creeping way in which tomato ketchup comes out of the bottle, it will definitely eat up a fair chunk of your time should you choose to attempt it.
Hey, what else have you got on at the minute?
To win one of the puzzles, you'll need to head on over to the Heinz Instagram or Facebook page and like the photograph they've shared and say who you'd ideally complete the puzzle with.
However, the chances of you getting one of these might actually be a bit slim, as they're massively limited edition pieces.
In fact, only 57 have been given to 17 countries around the world.
David Chalbert, the Senior Brand Manager of Heinz Tomato Ketchup, said: "Heinz is known for its iconic slow-pouring ketchup. In a period when everyone has a little more time on their hands and puzzle popularity has skyrocketed, we wanted to help pass the time by connecting the two.
"We're always looking to deliver fun, contextually relevant ways to give Heinz Tomato Ketchup lovers a smile, and this ridiculously slow, all-red Heinz Tomato Ketchup puzzle felt like the perfect fit."
If you can't get your hands on the Heinz jigsaw, there are some other hellish puzzles that you could have a crack at.
As we've mentioned, there seems to be something of a renaissance happening in puzzles, specifically, puzzles that don't actually seem like that much fun.
One is completely see-through. Imagine that.
Another is just completely blank pieces, and comes in several different sizes.
Speaking of sizes, how about the world's largest jigsaw puzzle? Kodak have made that and it's got a staggering 51,300 pieces.
How about just watching the telly for a bit, eh?
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