FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
San Francisco, CA – June 12, 2017
Today Sriracha2Go, a company at the forefront of Sriracha product innovation, expands their assortment with the first ever Huy Fong Chili Garlic and Sambal Oelek packets. Sriracha2Go is the only source offering the complete collection of Huy Fong Sauce in 6 gram packets. In October 2014, the company became a global game changer for spice aficionados with the launch of the never before seen Sriracha keychain and continued to surprise and delight customers and food industry professionals with subsequent product launches, including the introduction of Huy Fong Sriracha packets.
While Huy Fong Sriracha is a household name, the team at Sriracha2Go believes the time has come for its sister sauces to have their moment in the spotlight.
“I have been eating Sriracha with every meal for as long as I can remember yet I hadn’t heard much about the other Huy Fong sauces,’ said Sriracha2Go co-founder, Kyle Lewis. “When I finally tasted Sambal Oelek and Chili Garlic, it was love at first bite. They are easily equally as delicious and add the right spice to any dish.”
“We’ve already had a lot of interest from foodservice partners and are excited to help these two great Huy Fong sauces gain notoriety and share the spice with more people” says Sriracha2Go co-founder, Farbod Deylamian.
The complete packet collection of Huy Fong sauces and many other Sriracha-related products are available at www.sriracha2go.com.
Sriracha2Go, a Mark Cuban Company and Huy Fong Foods licensed partner is the one stop shop for sriracha lovers world wide. Committed to helping sriracha-lovers live their spiciest life, the company launched with the first-ever portable Sriracha keychain and has since expanded the assortment to offer a robust offering of Sriracha food products, clothing and accessories. Learn more at www.sriracha2go.com and on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest.
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