Saucey Sauce Co Debuts New Innovative Line of Sauces

The Saucey Sauce Co is a Brooklyn-based all-natural, savory Vietnamese dipping sauce producer. They have just released a new line of products comprised of a Brown Sugar Ginger Glaze and two Southeast Asian-inspired spicy "ketjaps." These new sauces will soon join the company's original three flavors – Spicy Garlic, Sweet Ginger & Fresh Lemon – in a variety of New York area retailers, as well as online at

Brooklyn, NY, July 18, 2013 --( The Saucey Sauce Co, a Brooklyn-based specialty sauce producer, has just debuted a new line of their innovative Vietnamese dressings, marinades, dipping sauces, and spicy “ketjaps” at New York’s 59th annual Fancy Food Show.

The Saucey Sauce Co, a true family company, was founded by a brother-sister duo whose recipes are based on the sauce their mom put on the family table when they were kids. Today, Ken and Toan have built what began as a beloved family staple into a well-known local brand that can be found in notable retailers such as Dean & Deluca, New York’s Garden of Eden, the Williams-Sonoma Artisan Market, and a variety of other stores in the New York City area.

The company’s original line includes a Spicy Garlic Sauce, a Sweet Ginger Sauce, and a Fresh Lemon Sauce that have become mainstays on the Brooklyn specialty food market. Their new line, which includes a Brown Sugar Ginger Glaze and two Southeast Asian-inspired spicy “ketjaps,” packs a flavorful wallop that will leave New York salivating:

· The Brown Sugar Ginger Glaze combines spicy ginger with sweet brown sugar to give your favorite meat, chicken, or fish a succulent coating that lingers warmly on the palate.

· The Sweet Jalapeño KetJap initially provides a sweet, familiar ketchup taste, but follows it with a light, savory kick that’s just spicy enough to keep the snacker asking for more.

· The Hot Habanero KetJap, the company’s hottest new flavor (in every sense of the word), packs a tangy, spicy punch that is not for the faint of heart, but will satisfy any summer spicehead or grillmaster.

Ketchup, unbeknownst to most folks, was originally a Southeast Asian pickled anchovy sauce called “ketjap,” so although the Saucey Sauce Co has updated its recipe to use the sweet tomatoes that America knows and loves, they are thrilled to infuse the condiment’s spicy Vietnamese roots in their new KetJap line.

Shoppers can expect to see these new flavors in stores alongside the original line soon, but for now be sure to go to for a map of New York area retailers that carry the Saucey Sauce Co’s unique brand of deliciousness.

For more information on sales and distribution opportunities, please contact Ken ( or 646-648-0159) and Toan ( or 917-328-9344).

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