MARIGOLD MANUFACTURING CORPORATION ( MAMA SITA'S )

Mama Sita’s All Time Favorite Filipino Dipping Sauce

Product Description:

Filipinos are passionate about dipping sauces, and Mama Sita herself brought cruets in her bag to be able to dip into a sauce wherever she would eat. A gift of our trio dipping sauces – Sukang Iloko, Labuyo Hot Sauce, Toyo’t Kalamansi – sees to it that you cultivate our same love for dipping!

Variants:

Null

Product Type:

Processed

Market Availability:

Worldwide

Net Weight per Pack:

10 X (3 X 60 ML)

Allergen:

Soya

Ingredients/raw materials used:

"Cane Vinegar 60 ML Ingrediets: Sugarcane Juice Labuyo Hot Sauce 60 ML Ingredients: Hot Peppers, Cane Vinegar And Salt Toyo & Kalamansi 60 ML Ingredients: Water, Soy Sauce (water, Soybeans And Salt), Cane Sugar, Salt, Philippine Lemon Juice Extract, Modified Starch, Colour (E150a), Acidity Regulator (E330), Preservative (E211) And Flavour Enhancer (E631, E627) "

Process/es:

Sieving, Cooking, Homogenization, Bottling

Sources:

Shelf Life:

24 Months

Major Export Markets:

None

Certifications:

FDA-LTO/CPR, HACCP, Halal, FSSC, GMP

Packaging:

Minimum Order Size:

Category:

Raw Materials And Food Ingredients, Fine Food And Specialties

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Yes

At the heart of a great childhood memory, there's usually a busy kitchen, a warm stove, a simmering pot, and a loving mom. As the eldest child in her family, Teresita ‘Mama Sita’ Reyes grew up collecting invaluable lessons in kitchens in marketplaces, farms, and wayside eateri... [Read more]

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