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Spice up your spring with Madison’s Original Hot Sauce

Posted on: March 15th, 2016 by Press Release No Comments

Arizona’s favorite hot sauce maker, Madison’s Original Hot Sauce is excited to announce a red-hot offer to help customers shake off the wintertime blues and get ready for spring, including Easter dinners and the return of grilling season. Available March 14 through April 17, 2016, simply purchase a bottle of Madison’s Original Hot Sauce or Madison’s M Sauce (mild, medium, marinade, multipurpose) at participating AJ’s Fine Foods, and receive an instant 50-cent discount. Even better, Madison’s will also donate 10 cents from each bottle purchased to Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Handcrafted from all-natural, low sodium, low sugar and gluten-free ingredients right here in the Valley, Madison’s has built up a diehard following nationwide for its bold flavor, sweet and savory taste, including being named a named a winner in the ‘All Natural’ category at the NYC Hot Sauce Expo‘s 2015 Screaming MiMi Awards. Previously, Madison’s brought home 3 trophies from the 2013 The Hot Pepper Awards, including 1st place in the World’s Best Marinade in the condiments category for its “M” Sauce and 1st place in the Most Unique Overall of 186 categories for Madison’s “O” Sauce and another 3rd place for most unique in Hot Sauce.

Madison's Original Hot Sauce

Created by Valley entrepreneur, Brad Child, Madison’s Original Hot and the milder “M”sauces are all natural and preservative-free. Made with low-calorie and vegan-friendly ingredients, Madison’s sauces are something that you just can’t live without. With Madison’s sauces, found right here in Arizona, meals are suitable for a president, Guy Mitchell Executive Chef of the White House quoted Madison’s is an amazing product and was very impressed. “Two Thumbs Up” and are perfect for the fittest of food connoisseurs. Even more, these sauces are sure to compliment any dish, whether it may be your salmon, steak, chicken, shrimp or a burger and fries, your starches, veggies, eggs, whatever it is, you will certainly not be disappointed.

Madison’s Original Hot Sauce is available online at www.madisonshotsauce.com for purchase, and can be found on the tables of some of the Valley’s hot spots, like Sprouts, Bold Roost, Lux Coffee, and Downside Risk, as well as on the shelves at all Valley, Tucson, & Flagstaff Whole Food Markets and AJ’s Fine Foods, plus select Sprouts Farmers Markets (full list available on website). If you would like to keep up-to-date with the latest news and offerings from Madison’s Hot Sauce, visit them on Facebook and Twitter, Instagram @MadisonsHSauce.

*Re-published Press Release originally received 03.15.2016*

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