Local Farming

In order to produce Sassy, we have a scotch bonnet pepper plantation. This pepper has a scotville heat around 100.000 to 350.000 units. Just in Costa Rica the scotch Bonnet pepper is known as “Panamanian peppers” because of the popularity it has in Panama.

Harmony with nature and harvesting without damaging the environment is a huge part of the Sassy taste. The effort and motivation of our workers is the key for a delicious Sassy sauce.

We represent a source of work for the community of La Ceiba in Orotina. We believe in local farming, fair trade and being agents of development for the community. Every time you buy our sauce, you are contributing in the expansion and conservation of the community.

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