The heat is on in sauces and condiments

The heat is on in sauces and condiments

Ethnic flavors and ingredient mash-ups season the hot sauce and condiment category

Today’s condiment choices have extended far beyond the basic ketchup and mustard.

Consumers today can top their foods with a dash of hot sauce from Africa, a balsamic ketchup, a sriracha-infused mustard, or any of a myriad of all-natural, locally produced and minimally processed fare.

Millennials have global palates and are seeking new takes on traditional condiments.

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