Habanero Hot Sauce
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8 oz / $0.85 per oz
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This hot sauce perfectly balances the heat and flavor of habanero, thanks to a simple (but flavorful) ingredients list that includes habanero peppers, dates, mangos, and spices. The ingredients are sourced from local farms, and they're non-GMO and gluten-free certified. Try this hot sauce over eggs, tacos, quesadillas, and more. It's basically amazing on anything.
- BIPOC Owned
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Plastic Minimal
- Recyclable Packaging
- TerraCycle Packaging
Rinse the glass bottle and recycle it in a curbside bin. The plastic cap is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
Hive Five™ Certified
No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.
low carbon footprint
How it does good
Sustainable snacks and sauces, with homemade origins
Food is truly love with every taste of Tia Lupita, which crafts delicious Mexican sauces and snacks inspired by family recipes. Along with their delectable hot sauces, the team at Tia Lupita are big on nopales cactus, a staple in Mexican cuisine. Nopales thrives in hot, arid climates, and doesn't need a ton of water to grow. It also doesn't require pesticides or tilling. This delicious superfood can be made into a flour, and it's also known for health benefits like lowering blood sugar. Cactus has a lot to bring to the table, which is why Tia Lupita brings it to yours.
Tia Lupita sources their nopales cactus from impoverished communities in Mexico, providing them with more opportunities. The whole cactus gets used, both as a source of food and fuel.Learn More
The hot sauces are packaged in recyclable glass bottles.Learn More
low carbon footprint
They've joined forces with Renewal Mill, who makes upcycled okara flour, to make delicious, grain-free tortillas. By using upcycled ingredients, they can help reduce their food supply carbon footprint by 40%.Learn More
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About the Brand
Founded by Hector Saldivar and named after his mom, Tia Lupita began when Hector shared his mom's homemade hot sauce with friends. He realized the recipe was too good to keep to himself, and he got his mom's blessing to bottle the sauce for all to enjoy. Today, Tia Lupita delivers flavorful sauces and snacks, inspired by Hector's family's recipes.Shop Brand
*How to use
Use this habanero hot sauce as a condiment with a breakfast burrito.