Tajín (seasoning)

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El Tajín is a Pre-Columbian archaeological site in the state of Veracruz, Mexico.
A bottle of tajín fruit seasoning

Tajín (stylized commercially as tajín) is a Mexican company that produces several varieties of seasoning, most consisting primarily of chile peppers, lime, and salt.

Its most popular product is a tangy, spicy "fruit seasoning" powder (called salsa en polvo in Spanish) consisting of chile peppers, salt, and dehydrated lime juice. It is available in small plastic shaker bottles (as well as economy-sized bottles) that can be found in almost any general store, and is commonly used as a condiment on the tables of many Mexican restaurants, and as a seasoning in micheladas, a beer cocktail.

The company also produces several varieties of salsa.

The company, officially called Empresas tajín, is located in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico.

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