Earlier this year, Red Duck foods, an Oregon condiment company, introduced a line of three organic sauces. The company is a Certified B Corporation, meeting the highest standards of social and environmental impact.
It took me a while to sample these, as I don’t often make tacos. I decided to try these certified organic, gluten-free and vegan sauces on chicken, fish, veggies, egg dishes and sandwiches and where I was looking for a bit of spice.
Unlike many other condiments, these are extremely low in sodium and calories. One tablespoon of the mild and spicy one contains a mere 5 calories and 50 milligrams of sodium; 15 calories and 15 milligrams sodium for the Korean variety. The mild and spicy contain no added sugars, the Korean only 2 grams. I also like their “clean” ingredients. What follows is the Nutrition Facts and ingredients for the Actually Spicy one, which is my favorite with the Uniquely Korean my second favorite. TheApproachably Mild is too mild for me.
The SRP of an 8-ounce bottle is $5.49. You’ll find the sauce at Whole Foods, on Amazon and at other retailers nationwide.