Organic Tomatillo Salsa (Hot)

8 reviews
Kitchen Garden Farm Organic Tomatillo Salsa (Hot)
8 reviews

Organic Tomatillo Salsa (Hot)

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This anything-but-basic salsa is a celebration of all things smoky and spicy. When tomatillos, onions, chilies, garlic, and lime get together, you're going to want to invite more chips to the party.

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  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Vegan

This chunky green salsa is made by fire-roasting tart tomatillos, sweet onions, and spicy chilies. Together they create a very spicy, slightly sweet and smoky flavor that adds a punch to any Mexican-inspired dish. And the best part? It's made exclusively from organic, sustainably farmed ingredients.

Kitchen Garden Farm is restoring farmland and bringing back biodiversity and sustainable harvesting.

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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.