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Melindas Habaero Ketchup Bold & Spicy - 13 ounce bottle
Spicy Ketchup, Seasonings, Mayo & Oils are what make condiments fun!!! Some of the products included in this section are Baconnaise and Melinda's Spicy Ketchups!

Melindas Habaero Ketchup Bold & Spicy - 13 ounce bottle

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Melinda's Habaero Ketchup Bold & Spicy - 13 oz.- Melinda's is famous for it's all-natural balance of heat and flavor. Melinda's Habaero Ketchup continues
this tradition by using only the freshest all-natural ingredients blended perfectly with the fiery Habaero pepper. The result is a spicy and tangy
ketchup with a bold flavor. One try and you'll never use plain old ketchup again.


All-Natural with Fresh ingredients, No Artificial Preservatives or Colors, No High Fructose Corn Syrup


Product of Costa Rica From Texas


Ingredients: Tomato paste, pure cane sugar, choice Red Habaero peppers, salt, starch, vinegar, garlic pulp, onion powder, spices.

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Market Price $7.99

Our Low Price $6.99

Special Price for 3 Bottles $17.97 - Save $6.00 Bottle Price $5.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $59.88 - Save $36.00 Bottle Price $4.99

 

Melinda's Habaero Ketchup Bold & Spicy - 13 oz.- Melinda's is famous for it's all-natural balance of heat and flavor. Melinda's Habaero Ketchup continues this tradition by using only the freshest all-natural ingredients blended perfectly with the fiery Habaero pepper. The result is a spicy and tangy ketchup with a bold flavor. One try and you'll never use plain old ketchup again.

All-Natural with Fresh ingredients, No Artificial Preservatives or Colors, No High Fructose Corn Syrup

Product of Costa Rica From Texas

Ingredients: Tomato paste, pure cane sugar, choice Red Habaero peppers, salt, starch, vinegar, garlic pulp, onion powder, spices.

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