Organic Ghost Pepper Sriracha (Hot)
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8 oz / $1.93 per oz
This fiery blend of ghost peppers (aka one of the spiciest peppers of them all), red chilies, and habanero brings heat to a whole new level.
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This sriracha is a definite crowd-pleaser for daring eaters. Made with sustainably grown ghost peppers that are seriously spicy—the heat from this sauce means business. The legendary peppers are ground up with nutty garlic, sugar, and salt before being fermented, to create a hot sauce unlike any other. Did we mention this is suuuuuper spicy? Because it is.
- Low Sugar
- Women Owned
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Recyclable Packaging
- TerraCycle Packaging
- Renewable Energy
- Poverty & Hunger
Rinse and recycle the bottle in your curbside bin. Remove the lid and send to TerraCycle through our special instructions
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Hive Five™ Certified
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low carbon footprint
How it does good
Adding more acres of sustainable farming
Most mass-market farms use growing practices that quickly degrade soil and pollute waterways. Kitchen Garden Farm saw the impact that this type of farming has on the Pioneer Valley in Massachusetts, and they set out to do things differently. They started with one acre of conventional farmland and turned it into an organic farm, creating a sustainable soil system that keeps the land fertile year after year. Over time, they took back 50 acres of conventional farmland, slowly transforming and restoring the region's biodiversity.
All products are grown on their USDA-certified organic farm, through sustainable soil systems.Learn More
low carbon footprint
To keep the Massachusetts farmlands agriculturally viable, Kitchen Garden Farm participates in the state's voluntary Agricultural Preservation Restriction program to ensure the land is preserved in perpetuity. The farm also uses solar panels.Learn More
supporting key causes
Kitchen Garden Farm regularly donates vegetables to their local food bank.Learn More
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About the Brand
Kitchen Garden Farm
Founders Caroline and Tim are committed to reinvigorating American farmland by transitioning conventional acreage to organic. From their one acre rented plot in 2006, they have expanded to 50 acres of organic farming in Western Massachusetts' Pioneer Valley.Shop Brand
How to use
Seriously crank up the heat on your favorite dishes—from dinner time rice to your morning egg sandwich.