On the Horizon
DEFINITELY NOT THE END...
"I couldn't have succeeded without my hard-working employees working as a team to make the company what it has become." - David Tran
Made in America
The 26 year exclusive relationship started with a letter…
In the 1980’s Craig underwood, of Underwood family farms, wrote a letter to Mr. David Tran with the idea of growing jalapenos for him. At the time Tran had been purchasing jalapenos from fresh markets and other small sources, but it was just not enough. In the first year, Tran agreed to 50 acres from Underwood and when he proved to deliver Tran increased his orders and now contracts 1,700 acres of the fresh red jalapeno peppers that make our beloved sauces. Underwood’s chili pepper fields range from Ventura County to Kern County. Consistency and quality is kept by having one source for the chili peppers.
Underwood Family Farms is located in Moorpark, CA and can be visited by anyone who wants to enjoy the true farm experience – Pick your own fruit, shop at the farm market, visit the farm animal center or stop by during their annual fall harvest festivals plus so much more outdoor fun.
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According to our vinegar supplier, our vinegar is gluten free.
Are your products gluten free?
All of our sauces are made in the U.S.A.
Where is your sauce made?
Yes, our products are certified Kosher by the Rabbinical Council of California.
Are your products Kosher?
Our chili is grown naturally, therefore, we cannot control the spiciness of our product. (As well as color and juiciness.)
Why is this hot sauce hotter than a previous bottle that I purchased?
It is lasered on towards the neck of the bottle. You can feel it with your fingers.
Where can I find the best before date on the bottle?
No, they do not have to be refrigerated. Just make sure they are stored in a cool, dry place.
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