Tajín (seasoning)

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A bottle of TAJÍN fruit seasoning

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 tangy, a little spicy and full of flavor that enhances the flavor of the fruit, vegetables and more. It's a "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, 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.

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