For those people who enjoy exotic flavored sauces, new ones are coming. The Kraft Heinz Company is releasing two new flavors of sauces to the public.
Yesterday, Monday, March 29, Heinz began rolling out the new flavors to stores around the U.S. The new two new flavors are certainly interesting, to say the least – Buffaranch and Sweet Ketchili. However, there must be a desire for these products if the company is making them.
These two new additions to the Heinz lineup adds to the roughly 5,700 products the company boasts. Of course, that number is not solely reflective of the number of sauces. That also includes many other things the company makes.
Nonetheless, these two new sauces are providing a little something extra for those who crave its flavors. Heinz’s Buffaranch is described as a combination of “buffalo sauce and tangy ranch for the perfect balance between creamy and spicy that tastes delicious on literally everything.”
While the other sauce, Sweet Ketchili, hits pallets completely differently. It is “the ultimate blend of ketchup and sweet chili sauce that’s sweet with a kick of heat.”
Heinz Launching Two New Sauces – Buffaranch and Sweet Ketchili
The sauces appear to be designed to hit a niche market with the flavors. Heinz says that the sauces are both spicy, but the Sweet Ketchili is much spicier.
According to the company, this is not just a fad that Heinz is trying out to see if it will do well. Instead, these two new flavors are going to be permanent fixtures on the company’s list.
“Sauce lovers nationwide have been mixing different condiments to create flavor combinations that will take their favorite foods to the next level for years. First with Mayochup sauce and now with Mayocue and Mayomust sauces, we’re taking out the guesswork to give our fans the perfect condiment blends from the start!”
This is not the first time that Heinz has experimented with mixing sauces to create new flavors. In 2018, the company came out with a half-ketchup, half-mayonnaise sauce called Mayochop. Regardless of how well the sauces do, you have to hand it to their branding team for coming up with the names.