Our Local And Organic Ingredients

At Benito’s we always try our best to incorporate locally harvested organic ingredients into our line of sauces. Just like our farms and ingredient suppliers, we feel most comfortable providing our customers with the highest quality non-gmo and certified organic products.  We source over 2,000 pounds of organic chile peppers and other fresh vegetables from six local Vermont farms on an annual basis. Our infused maple syrups are made entirely with organic ingredients, pure organic Vermont maple syrup and locally grown organic chiles. We pride ourselves on the fact that Benito still prepares, cooks, and bottles every batch of vegetable hot sauce by hand. Enjoy! – Ol’ Benito

Our ingredient suppliers are listed below:

Certified Organic Habanero Peppers- Foote Brook Farms- Johnson, VT

Certified Organic Paper Lantern Peppers- Littlewood Farm- Plainfield, VT

Certified Organic Jalapeno Peppers- Maple Wind Farm – Huntington, VT

Certified Organic Cayenne Peppers- Maple Wind Farm- Huntington, VT

Trinidad scorpion, Paper Lantern, Fatali, Ghost and Carolina Reaper Chile Peppers- Half Pint Farm- Burlington, VT

Certified Organic Habanero, Fatali and Paper Lantern Peppers- UVM Catamount Farm- South Burlington,VT

Certified Organic Pure Vermont Maple Syrup- Davis Family Maple- Underhill, VT/ Stony Hill Maple- Fairfield,VT

Certified Organic Carrots- Full Moon Farm- Hinesburg, VT

Certified Organic Lime Juice- Lakewood Organics- FL

Certified Organic Ginger – Starwest Botanicals- Sacramento,CA

Certified Organic Chipotle Peppers- Starwest Botanicals- Sacramento,CA

Certified Organic Garlic- Starwest Botanicals- Sacramento, CA

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4 people commented on “Our Local And Organic Ingredients

  1. Hi, My cousin and I are in the process of putting together a book that details Farmers’ Markets, their vendors, and wineries, all from throughout the United States.

    Would you be interested in having your business listed in our book along with your recipes (credited to your business)?

    Jean Giaimis

  2. about the habaneros listed in ingredients are they of the orange or red variety or both ,,(red being hotter)

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