Texas Pete To Wake Up Canadian Cuisine

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The hot sauce will gain visibility and distribution throughout the provinces (Note: This replaces a previous release).

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TW Garner Food Company has partnered with two firms who will work to bring its hot sauce products greater visibility in Canada.

Acosta Sales and Marketing Canada – the Canadian arm of the U.S.-based outsourced sales and marketing agency – will serve as broker for the Texas Pete® line of hot sauces and condiments; and Thomas, Large & Singer Inc. (TLS) will manage distribution logistics.

β€œThe two companies will be working together to develop ongoing effective programs and promotions that will help drive growth in our mutual business,” said Steve DeCorte, General Manager-Sales, for TW Garner Food Company.

Initially, Canadian consumers will be able to buy the 6- and 12-ounce versions of the original Texas Pete® Hot Sauce, the 6-ounce Texas Pete® Hotter Hot Sauce, and the 6-ounce Texas Pete® Garlic Hot Sauce. Other products will be added over time, as demand and distribution grows.

Products will initially be available along both Canadian coasts, as well as in Ontario and Quebec provinces. More information on these products can be found at http://www.TexasPete.com.

About TW Garner Food Company (http://www.texaspete.com)
Headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, TW Garner Food Company is famous for its Texas Pete® Hot Sauce, the number three brand of hot sauce in the United States. Founded in 1929 as a maker of barbecue sauce, the company now sells a full line of hot sauces, wing sauces and seafood sauces under the Texas Pete® brand, as well as salsa and tortilla strips under the Green Mountain Gringo® brand. Texas Pete® and Green Mountain Gringo® products are sold in supermarkets, military commissaries, convenience stores and restaurants throughout the United States. In 2010, Green Mountain Gringo® Salsa was named best overall salsa by Epicurious, among 20 retail salsas that were tested.

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