Tajín (seasoning)

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A bottle of Tajín fruit seasoning
Tajín seasoning on diced jícama

Tajín (styled TAJÍN) is a Mexican company that produces several varieties of condiment, most consisting primarily of chile peppers, lime, and salt.

The company's most popular product is a seasoning powder (called salsa en polvo in Spanish) consisting of chile peppers, salt, and dehydrated lime juice. The powder is tangy and spicy and is used to enhance the flavor of fruits and vegetables.[1] The seasoning is widely available in Mexico and is commonly used as a condiment on the tables of many Mexican restaurants, to season mango and melon, 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.


  1. ^ Forbes, Paula (August 29, 2018). "Tajín Is the Ingredient All Your Late-Summer Food Needs". GQ. Condé Nast. Retrieved 9 September 2018.

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