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Courtesy of Herdez Del Fuerte
Total sales: $27,170,240
Total sales: 14,893,080
Avg. price: $1.82
Like Chi-Chi’s, Herdez salsa is distributed in the U.S. through a joint venture with Mexico’s Herdez Del Fuerte, which in turn is a joint venture of Grupo Herdez and Grupo KUO. Herdez salsa is made in Mexico and accounts for 3.5 percent of total U.S. salsa sales.