16 oz btl
17 servings per container
Water, White Sugar, Tomato Paste, White Vinegar, Onions, Salt, Brown Sugar, Canola Oil, Spices (Contains Thyme and all Spice), Shallots, Modified Corn Starch, Dijon Mustard (Water, Mustard Seed, Distilled Vinegar, Salt, White Wine, Citric Acid, Tartaric Acid, Pectin, Spices), Soy Sauce (Water, Soya Beans, Wheat Flour, Salt), Garlic, Peppers (contains Pimento), Ginger, Herbs, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Concentrated Lime Juice (may contain Sulfites), Dehydrated Scallions, Potassium Sorbate (Preservative).
Made in a facility that uses wheat, soy, milk, eggs, nuts and fish.
MARTIN'S is committed to providing accurate nutritional information to its customers. As an important part of that effort we voluntarily provide such material on our website. We rely upon our suppliers to provide us with this information on an ongoing basis and to advise us immediately whenever any new claims or adjustments to declared values are made, so that we can properly maintain the accuracy of this online resource. We have, however, experienced occasional situations in the past where, due to the lack of such notice or for some other reason, minor discrepancies in this area have occurred. We therefore strongly encourage our customers to read the labels of any of the products that they purchase in order to make certain that they are compatible with their own nutritional preferences and expectations. If you receive a product from MARTIN'S, and the nutritional information on the product label does not match the information on our site, please contact MARTIN'S customer service and we will arrange for a credit to issue for the product at issue.
Grace® Jamaican Jerk BBQ Sauce. Quality Since 1922. GraceKennedy Limited. Quality seal. Grace jerk barbecue sauce captures the authentic taste of Jamaican jerk seasoning in a rich barbecue sauce, that is versatile and easy to use. This unique sauce will add a spicy Caribbean flavor to all meat, seafood and vegetables prepared on the barbecue or in the oven. For best results, brush both sides of the meat, seafood or vegetables with the sauce during the last 5-6 minutes of cooking. The sauce can also be used as a condiment or as a dip. It can also be added to casseroles, stews or stir fry dishes. The Jerk method of seasoning and cooking is a traditional Jamaican way of flavoring meat and dates back over 300 years. Jamaica is renowned for its spicy cuisine. www.gracefoods.com.
Keep refrigerated after opening.
73 Harbour Street, Kingston, Jamaica, W.I.