Green Belly Foods Hot Sauce Review

Green Belly Foods

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Company We Review : Green Belly Foods, Boulder CO

Company Story: Green Belly Food’s recipes are inspired by my mother, Maria del Carmen, and her traditional Guatemalan home-made hot sauces.

Yellow Belly:Yellow Belly is our ode to the Guatemalan tradition of mango con chile y limón. Every neighborhood in Guatemala has a frutero, a vendor selling fresh fruit on a stick. Our favorite is fresh mango, sprinkled with chile, salt and drizzled with lime. We recreate this glorious flavor with mango, tamarind, cayenne and lime.

Green Belly:Green Belly is a simple and delicious “herbaceous” sauce that is a pleasure to have in every meal. We hand select the finest ingredients to bring you the freshness of our mother’s Guatemalan garden. The sauce is distinct in flavor, yet not overpowering. Its crisp and spicy flavors highlight your meal.

Red Belly:Red Belly’s unique smoky flavor stems from the Cobanero pepper. (30,000-50,000 Scoville units !)This dark red and wrinkly pepper comes from the cloud forests of Guatemala where Mayan communities have been harvesting peppers for millenia! We have paired the fiery Cobanero with fire roasted tomatoes and garlic to give the sauce a big body bursting with flavor!

Onto the ingredients:  Sodium? 50mg



  • Thin
  • Pulpy
  • Medium
  • Thick


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