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Can’t find any Benito’s close to home? Tell your local market/organic grocery store/natural food store/gift shop to get in touch with us so that you may pick some up in your area. Our email contact is :benitoshotsauce@gmail.com. . Or give Benito a call at 802-730-6823.

You can find one or more of Benito’s products at all of the retail locations below: 



      HEAT- Berkeley, CA


      WHOLE FOODS- Glastonbury,CT


      Nature’s Way Market- Berwick,ME

      WHOLE FOODS- Portland, ME


      The Corner Shoppe- Snow Hill, MD


      Hudson News – Logan Airport- Boston, MA

      Alpine Butcher- Lowell, MA

      Balance Rock Farm- Berlin, MA

      Trailhead- Orange, MA

      Simcock Farm- Swansea, MA

      Oakdale Farm- Rehoboth, MA

      Wild Oats Co-op Market- Williamstown, MA

      Village Market-Scituate,MA

      Pemberton Farms- Cambridge, MA

      Boston Cheese Cellar- Roslindale, MA

      Briggs Nursery- North Attleborough, MA

      Bolton Orchards- Bolton, MA


      Lull Farm- Milford, NH
      Zeb’s General Store- North Conway, NH


      Spices and Stuff- Berlin,NJ

      NEW YORK:

      Healthy Living Market- Saratoga, NY

      Sutton’s Marketplace- Queensbury,NY

      Route 67 Country Store- Ballston Spa, NY

      Walker’s Farm Home Store- Fort Ann,NY

      Big Moose Deli- Hoosick, NY

      Cleverdale Country Store- Lake George, NY


      New World Olive Oil- Charlotte, NC

      The Flavor Exchange- Southern Pines, NC


      Suzie Hot Sauce- New Hope,PA

      Olio Olive Oil- Lititz, PA


      Olive Tap- Providence


        Dakin Farm- Ferrisburgh, VT

        Bringing You Vermont- (Main St.) Bennington, VT

        Garden Arts Fresh Market – Manchester, VT

        Crowley Cheese Store- Mt. Holly, VT

        White Market (Memorial Drive)- Lyndonville, VT

        Green Mountain Sugarhouse – Ludlow, VT

        Sterling Market- Johnson, VT

        White Market- St. Johnsbury,VT

        Grand Isle Art Works- Grand Isle, VT

        Dorset Union Store- Dorset, VT

        Plymouth Cheese Factory Store- Plymouth,VT

        1836 Country Store-Wilmington, VT

        Mt. Snow Grand Summit Hotel- West Dover,VT

        Northshire Bookstore- Manchester Ctr, VT

        Partridge in a Pantry- South Londonderry,VT

        Almost Home Market- Bristol, VT

        Village Market of Waterbury- Waterbury,VT

        Gourmet Provence- Brandon, VT

        Vermont’s Own Products- Middlebury,VT

        Baker’s General Store- Post Mills,VT

        Otter Valley Winery- Brandon,VT

        Vermont’s Own- Middlebury,VT

        Redstone Market-UVM Campus- Burlington,VT

        UVM Bookstore- Church St. – Burlington,VT

        Vermont Wildflower Farm- Charlotte, VT

        JK Adam’s Store- Dorset, VT

        Loretta’s Store- Rutland, VT

        Mehuron’s Market- Waitsfield, VT

        VTstuff.com – Bennington,VT

        As The Crow Flies- St. Albans, VT

        Jay Peak Provisions- Jay Peak Resort- Jay, VT

        Yankee Wines and Spirits- Montpelier, VT

        Snow Mountain Market- West Dover, VT

        River Valley Market- Dover,VT

        South Woodstock General Store- South Woodstock, VT

        Singleton’s General Store- Proctorsville, VT

        Cavendish General Store- Cavendish, VT

        Ludlow General Store- Ludlow, VT

        Saratoga Olive Oil Company- Burlington, VT

        Palmer Lane Maple – Jericho,VT

        The Richmond Market- Richmond,VT

        Putney CO-OP- Putney,VT

        Adam’s Market- Williston,VT

        Belmain’s- Randolph,VT

        Putney General Store- Putney,VT

        Tennybrook Market- Rutland, VT

        The Party Store- Rutland, VT

        Clark’s IGA- Londonderry, VT

        Stowe Mercantile- Stowe, VT

        Warren Store- Warren, VT

        White Market- St. Johnsbury, VT

        College of St. Joseph- Rutland,VT

        Brattleboro Pharmacy- Brattleboro,VT

        Runaway Cafe- Glover, VT

        The Farm Store- Jeffersonville,VT

        Woodford Mountain General Store- Woodford, VT

        Middlebury CO-OP- Middlebury, VT

        Uncommon Market – Montpelier,VT

        Chef’s Market – Randolph, VT

        The Farm Store – Jeffersonville, VT

        Grafton Village Cheese- Brattleboro, VT

        Apple Barn – Bennington, VT

        Warren Store – Warren, VT

        The Original Vermont Store – Poultney,VT

        Truly Unique Gift Shop- Rutland,VT

        VT Butcher Block and Board Company- Burlington, VT

        Sweet Clover Market- Essex Junction, VT

        Cheese Trader- South Burlington, VT

        Edelweiss Market- Stowe, VT

        Brattleboro CO-OP, Brattleboro, VT

        Rutland Area Natural Food CO-OP, Rutland,VT

        City Market-Onion River CO-OP, Burlington,VT

        Vermont Food and Gift, Winooski, VT

        Buffalo Mountain CO-OP- Hardwick, VT

        Apple Mountain Gifts, Church St., Burlington, VT

        Hunger Mountain CO-OP- Montpelier, VT

        Healthy Living Market-  South Burlington, VT

        DJ’s Deli- Johnson, VT

        Sweet Crunch Bakery – Hyde Park, VT

        Jeffersonville Country Store- Jeffersonville, VT

        Natural Provisions – Williston, VT

        Killington Market – Killington, VT

        Rt. 4 Country Store – Bridgewater, VT

        * Benito’s sauces are also available at the following restaurants/eateries:

         Skinny Pancake, Burlington, VT

        The Foundry/Alice’s- Jay Peak Resort- Jay, VT

        Superfresh Cafe- (Downtown) Brattleboro, VT

        Jamaica Coffee House- Jamaica, VT

        Snow Goose Inn- West Dover, VT

        Juniper At the Hotel Vermont- Burlington, VT

        Revolution Kitchen- Burlington, VT

        Bender’s Burritos- Stowe, VT

        Magnolia’s- Burlington, VT


  1. Andy kriegel on July 12, 2011 at 2:42 am

    Just used my last drop of the Chipolte Maple Syrup. Went to order a bunch more but postage is way too high. We have a great farm/gourmet store here in Sharon Mass called Ward’s Berry Farm. Why don’t you call them to see if they’ll stock your products?
    Andy Kriegel

  2. Benito on August 9, 2010 at 9:36 pm

    Yes I do, I use the Original Naranja and the Old Coy Dog which is actually a seasonal for wings. Thanks for your interest. – ol’ Benito

  3. Sandra on July 21, 2010 at 12:57 am


    I am trying to find a more organic way to make buffalo wings. We love them but know they are not made organically from any source we get them from. Do you make hot wings with any of your sauces??


  4. Benito on March 7, 2010 at 2:33 pm

    I have not made plans to get out to Cali just yet. However, if a natural food market or organic grocery store type place wants the sauce I can certainly work with them and ship them as much as they need. Thanks for your interest and for the tip about the spot in Santa Monica. Stay well….- Ol’ Benito

  5. Benito on March 7, 2010 at 2:29 pm

    She is out of Belize right??? We have an Original Naranja, (organic carrot based orange bell pepper habanero blend) that I have been told is similar. Hope all is well. – Ol’ Benito

  6. Jose on March 2, 2010 at 12:58 am

    There is a store in Santa Monica, CA that carries all sorts of organic products including hot sauce, but not yours. I figure ill try to make a request so maybe you will here from them or maybe you wanna hit them up. They told me to talk to this guy Bernard Perry @ 310-451-8902
    Hopefully Ill finally have a space i can pick your sauce up from.


  7. Jose on March 2, 2010 at 12:52 am

    I have been looking for an habanero hot sauce that tastes similar or better than the Marie Sharps that I have already tried…or ven better yet like the ones in Yucatan, Mexico….and on top of that ORGANIC. I havent tried yours yet but reviews seem to place yours on top…I just cant find it here in Los Angeles. Any plans to sell out this way? Any stores or events? Im not into corporations much but how about at WHOLE FOODS?

  8. Benito on February 19, 2010 at 7:14 pm

    Unfortunately we will not be. I am trying to head out to Albuquerque this Summer though to visit the Chili Pepper Institute at New Mexico Sate University.

  9. Patricia Serna-Ahlen on February 18, 2010 at 12:07 am

    By any chance will you be at the Firey Food Show in Albuquerque, NM, in March?

  10. Benito on February 4, 2010 at 7:26 pm

    Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you! I will try to get the sauces to a store near you!

  11. Susan McCoy on July 9, 2009 at 9:59 pm

    I don’t live near any of the stores but I do want to try the hot sauces. I LOVE cayenne peppers sooooo totally much and am always looking for something hotter but has the flavor of cayenne. This website is going to be fun for me to continue checking out on a daily basis.

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