Louisiana Hot Sauce

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Louisiana Hot Sauce
Louisiana Hot Sauce.jpeg
Product type Hot sauce
Owner Southeastern Mills, Inc.
Country New Iberia, Louisiana, USA
Introduced 1928
Website louisianapepper.com

The Original "Louisiana" Brand Hot Sauce has been produced in New Iberia, LA for decades. On April 3, 2015, Rome, GA-based Southeastern Mills, Inc. acquired the brand and the New Iberia manufacturing and warehouse facilities from Bruce Foods Corp. The Original "Louisiana" Brand Hot Sauce is a cayenne pepper based hot sauce, and competes with brands such as Tabasco® sauce, Crystal® Hot Sauce, Texas Pete® and Frank's® Red Hot®. It is packaged in glass shaker bottles, and the label features a distinctive red dot. The sauce is produced from aged peppers, vinegar and salt, and is marketed as "Not too hot, not too mild".[1]

Ingredients[edit]

Aged peppers, vinegar, and salt.[1]

The Original "Louisiana" Brand Hot Sauce Flavors

Sponsorship[edit]

In anticipation of the 50th anniversary of the Daytona 500, Louisiana Hot Sauce was one of many products to be stamped with a commemorative "50th race logo" at the Midwestern grocery chain Kroger.[2]

See also[edit]

Food portal

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Louisiana The Perfect Hot Sauce Louisiana Hot Sauce does not contain xanthan gum. It is made from aged peppers, vinegar and salt. It is hotter than Texas Pete, milder than Tabasco (primarily due to the use of cayenne peppers instead of Tabasco peppers).
  2. ^ Progressive Grocer Kroger, Food Marketers to Seek Gold at 50th Daytona 500

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