Trappey's Hot Sauce
Trappey's Hot Sauce is one of the oldest hot sauce brands in the United States. It was originally produced by the New Iberia, Louisiana-based company Trappey's Fine Foods, Inc. Trappey's was purchased by B&G Foods in 1997. Trappey's makes Red Devil Cayenne Pepper Sauce, Bull Louisiana Hot Sauce, Indi-Pep Pepper Sauce, Chef Magic Jalapeño Sauce and pickled jalapeños.
B.F. Trappey founded the company B.F. Trappey and Sons and, with the help of his ten sons and one daughter, began producing his own sauce, which he called "Tabasco". The McIlhenny family, makers of Tabasco brand sauce, eventually responded to this challenge and a several-decades-long feud by receiving a trademark for their Tabasco brand in 1906. Afterwards Trappey resorted to the less specific "Louisiana Hot Sauce".
According to the nutritional information on the label, Trappey’s contains distilled vinegar, red pepper, salt, guar gum, xanthan gum, ascorbic acid, and red#40. The sauce uses the xanthan gum to smooth consistency. Trappey's is called Louisiana-style as it is no longer produced in Louisiana, but imported from Colombia. With a Scoville rating of 1,200 to 1,600, Trappey's Louisiana Hot Sauce is noticeably milder than some other Louisiana-style sauces.
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