Bufalo Salsa Clasica Picante - 5.7 oz
- Mexico's Favorite Salsa Picante !!
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Hot sauce made with chiles and spices, also called Mexican salsa picante. Bufalo Classica style. Mexico's favorite hot sauce.
Pioneer in the hot sauce category in Mexico, the Búfalo® brand dates back to 1933 in the city of Monterrey, Mexico. At that time, the brand became known by consumers for its fiery, Mexican hot sauces and olives. To this day, the Búfalo® brand founders still work with the company and continue to provide a family of recipes that blend the best selection of peppers, producing the perfect balance between flavor and heat.
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Water, Acetic Acid, Guajillo Peppers, Iodized Salt, Sugar, Xanthan Gum Condiments, 0.6% Sodium Benzoate (as a preservative), FD&C Red 40, and dehydrated Garlic.
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The four lead-laced brands had concentrations exceeding the U.S. Food and Drug Administration standard for unsafe levels of lead in candy, Gerstenberger said. Researchers used the candy comparison because hot sauce doesn't fall into any food category with a U.S. standard for unsafe lead levels. Gerstenberger said the UNLV research paper suggests that lead safety levels for hot sauces be determined and implemented.
Shawn Gerstenberger, one of the researchers and interim dean of the School of Community Health Sciences at UNLV.
The four sauces over the standard are Salsa Picante de Chile Habanero, El Pato Salsa Picante, Salsa Habanera and Bufalo Salsa Clasica. Further analysis of different bottles of the hot sauces that initially tested over the standard showed lead levels fluctuated between bottles. The additional tests showed bottles with lead contamination both above and below the standard. In all, 88 percent of the sauces had detectable levels of lead.
School of Community Health Sciences at UNLV.