Frank's RedHot Sauce Will Soon Come in “Slice” Form So You Can Add It Directly to a Sandwich

Lunches are about to get a lot less messy.

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January 26, 2021

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Slice of Sauce

Photo courtesy of Slice of Sauce

Sandwiches are about to get a whole lot neater and tastier! A brand called Slice of Sauce is slated to release sliced servings of Frank's RedHot Sauce later this year that consumers can put directly on their sandwiches without making a mess.

The company officially launched last year following a successful 2018 Kickstarter campaign by founders Emily and Cole Williams.

In addition to a portfolio of sliced sauces that already includes Classic Ketchup and Spicy Sriracha the founders shared that name-brand hot sauce slices are also in the works. Aside from the Frank's RedHot Sauce version, Slice of Sauce also has slices made with Secret Aardvark Habanero Hot Sauce. Both products are official collaborations made with the actual sauce brands and are being sold in eight-slice packs for $5.99.

While no official release date for the products has been announced, all four Slice of Sauce varieties are currently available for pre-order via the brand’s website.

Slice of Sauce’s range is not only appealing to those who like to keep things mess-free, but also to those with various dietary restrictions. The slices, which originally spawned from leftovers from a family barbecue recipe, are gluten-free, vegan and made with no artificial ingredients.

And in addition to a neater eating experience, the sauce slices will also keep your bun or bread from getting soggy. If that’s not a win-win, we don’t know what is!

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