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Frank's RedHot Sauce Kickin' BBQ 354mL-O Canada

Frank's RedHot Sauce Kickin' BBQ 354mL-

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 Remember when BBQ sauce wasn't just sweet but had a bit of a kick? This is what BBQ sauce used to be like - with a bit of a kick!...
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Regular price $8.50 Sale price

$10.50

 Remember when BBQ sauce wasn't just sweet but had a bit of a kick? This is what BBQ sauce used to be like - with a bit of a kick! A favourite with wing lovers.

 

FULL INGREDIENTS*

VINEGAR, GLUCOSE-FRUCTOSE, WATER, AGED CAYENNE RED PEPPERS, TOMATO PASTE, SALT, MODIFIED CORN STARCH, HONEY, FANCY MOLASSES, SUGAR, CANOLA OIL, PAPRIKA, MUSTARD BRAN, NATURAL FLAVOURS, GARLIC POWDER, XANTHAN GUM, SPICES, SODIUM BENZOATE, CARAMEL COLOUR AND CORN SYRUP.

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