Posted December 12, 2006 by Nick Lindauer in Hot Sauce News

Christmas Hot Sauces for Charity

Charity Santa Hot Sauce Gift Pack


Forestville, NY (12/11/06)Burning Asphalt Sauces, LLC of Forestville, NY recently created a special Collector Edition holiday gift pack to raise funds for a variety of charities. The manufacturer and distributor of hot sauces, barbeque sauces, wing sauce, steak sauce, mustards, and salsas recently launched their fundraising gift pack.

The special Collector Edition gift packs feature three of their popular hot sauces sporting humorous Christmas themes. Rudolph Jalapeno, Santa Hot & Sweet Garlic Habanero, and Spaceman Santa Habanero all add a happy holiday tone to this gourmet food product gift pack. The colorful and uniquely labeled hot sauces come shrink wrapped as a three pack or can be purchased separately. With either option, proceeds will go to charitable organizations. “We are very pleased and excited to launch this new Collector Edition gift pack and be able to donate proceeds to charitable organizations. Even though the holiday season is known as a time for giving, we continue to do our part year round,” said Jeffrey Furash, President of Burning Asphalt Sauces, LLC. The special Collector Edition gift packs and individual collector bottles can be purchased directly from Burning Asphalt Sauces by emailing them through their website,

Burning Asphalt Sauces, LLC, uses all natural and fresh ingredients in their gourmet sauces. Besides their manufacturing and wholesale operation, they also have a custom and private label program. Non-profit organizations, businesses, and individuals can have their message on a bottle as a fundraising item, promotional item, or gift for the holidays. Their gourmet products can be found locally at supermarkets and “Pride of New York” wineries. For additional information, visit

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Nick Lindauer

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