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Dan from Small Axe Peppers on the Relationship Between Community Gardens and Hot Sauce

Small Axe Peppers Owner Dan Fitzgerald talks about community gardens and local sourced hot sauce on the Craft Hot Sauce Podcast

 

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 Small Axe Peppers is a mission forward company that makes delicious hot sauces partnering with community growers across 15 cities in America.

Dan Fitzgerald of Small Axe Peppers comes on the Craft Hot Sauce Podcast. Small Axe Peppers is a community and mission forward company that makes delicious hot sauces from working with community growers across 15 cities in America.

6 years ago they started out as the Bronx Hot Sauce donating and distributing pepper seeds to community gardens and then would buy those peppers at a premium and make a delicious hot sauce to sell and reinvest the proceeds to support community gardens.

Music is by Twisted Pine with Lyle Brewer, with the song "Tomorrow the Sun Will Shine".

Social - @smallaxepeppers
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