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Wildbrine

Fermented Salsa Verde

Product code: SA742
$9.99
$8.99
for 510g
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(Limit 4)
Nut Free Nut Free Gluten Free Gluten Free Vegan/Dairy Free Vegan/Dairy Free GMO Free GMO Free
Ingredients
Cabbage, Tomatillo, Fire-Roasted Onion, Fire-Roasted Anaheim Peppers, Green Onion, Jalapeno Peppers, Garlic, Chipotle Peppers.

Manufactured in a facility that uses soy.
About the product
Layers of flavor from green tomatillos, fire roasted peppers, Napa cabbage, cilantro, and lime make this green fermented dream a joy to eat… and repeat. With its savory fire-roasted flavors, wildbrine fermented Salsa Verde is great served over grilled chicken or fish, over tamales, or in a breakfast burrito. Check our Get wilder blog for more recipe ideas.
This product traveled 1493 km to reach our warehouse.
Features: GMO Free , Gluten Free , Nut Free , Vegan/Dairy Free , Wheat Free
About the vendor
Wildbrine
Windsor, CA
More and more, people want to know where their food comes from; they want it to taste good; they want it to be good for them; and they want it prepared in a way that they trust and understand. They want quality ingredients with unpretentious preparations. They want bold flavors and they want it readily available in their local markets. A convergence of trends like raw, savory, and spicy pointed Wildbrine directly to the fermented foods category.

Wildbrine was started by veterans of the specialty food business who, previous to establishing Wildbrine, developed, manufactured, and sold award-winning hummus, salsas, and cheese spreads. The company was created in 1991 in San Francisco, CA, and outgrew the original facility in 1998.

A unique opportunity presented itself in 2011 when a local non-profit that they support, The Ceres Community Project, decided to halt efforts at making and selling their naturally-fermented sauerkrauts. After having developed this small, locally-popular business, Ceres decided to exit the business and focus their efforts on their primary non-profit mission.

Wildbrine started operations in 2011 with the transfer of the original two recipes and a small retail business from the non-profit Ceres Community Project to Wildbrine. They continue to support the good work of the Ceres Community Project.

UPC: 858159002099
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