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Tracklements heats up the condiment market with new range of hot sauces

Thursday, 13 July, 2023

Tracklements has launched a new range of 150ml hot sauces to help spice up everyday meals at home, featuring natural and gluten-free ingredients and different levels of heat to suit every taste.

  • Tracklements Rocket Hot Sauce – this vegan-friendly sauce combines Bird’s Eye and Scotch Bonnet chillies for a fiery kick. It’s perfect for adding some zing to burgers, tacos, pizzas, falafels and fajitas.
  • Tracklements Sriracha Chilli Sauce – this sauce is made with whole fresno chillies that are chopped and fermented on site, following a traditional recipe. A splash of fish sauce gives it a tangy and intense flavour.
  • Tracklements Smokin’ Chipotle Sauce – this sauce blends red chillies, Chipotle chillies and Scotch Bonnet chillies for a sweet, smoky and spicy taste. It’s ideal for summer barbecues and grilling.

Tracklements is the UK’s leading artisan producer of mustards, chutneys, relishes and sauces. The company was founded in 1970 by William Tullberg, who made the first British wholegrain mustard. His son, Guy, continues his legacy today with over 40 award-winning products that are handmade in Wiltshire using traditional recipes and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. The company is a patron member of Taste of the West and a proud supporter and sponsor of the Taste of the West Awards. They are also a B Corp accredited company that cares about the environment and minimises its impact by using recyclable packaging, treating its own water, and generating 100% renewable electricity from solar panels, wind and/or hydro sources. They even embrace wonky veg and avoid food waste.

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