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Finally, Official Sriracha Packets Let You Take The Heat Wherever You Go

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Put that bottle down. Now you can take Sriracha with you wherever you go in convenient travel-sized packets.

Huy Fong Foods, the Irwindale-based maker of the the wonderfully addictive hot sauce, has teamed up with Sriracha2Go to offer fans single serving packets of the bright red stuff. The new packets, officially unveiled today, can be ordered online in a 50-pack for $14.99 or the 200-packet size for $34.99. But let's be honest, you're going to want that 200-pack.

Huy Fong announced the hot news on their Facebook page today:

Sriracha2Go has done it again, changing the Sriracha game in a major way! Huy Fong Foods Sriracha packets are now available at #StaySpicy

Posted by Huy Fong Foods, Inc. on Thursday, January 21, 2016
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Now, instead of keeping on their large, green-capped and rooster-adorned bottle on your desk or stashed in your car, you can always have a fistful of these handy packets with you in case of a hot sauce emergency.

While you're on the Sriracha2Go website, you'll probably want to order some sweet Sriracha socks, a mug and those neat keychain bottles they make as well, because, why not.

And for your enjoyment, here's the "Sriracha Anthem":

There's A Gourmet Sriracha And Wine Pairing Dinner In Hollywood Tonight

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