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Sriracha Hot Sauce Considering New Factory Location

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But not to fear, if Huy Fong Foods Inc. leaves Rosemead, they won't be leaving the Los Angeles metro. As the Asian rooster-labled hot sauce grows more popular (they were grossing over 10 million a year back in 2005), Huy Fong is looking for a larger facility and has found one in Irwindale, according to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. We firmly believe this concoction of jalapeños, garlic, sugar, salt and vinegar is a staple in every home. It's just so ammmaaaaaazzzzing.