You will find us refrigerated in the fresh produce section at a store near you.
What is the difference between Fresh Cravings and jarred salsa?
Jarred salsas are cooked, and sometimes pasteurized, to ensure a longer shelf life. Unfortunately, these techniques can break down the flavor, texture, and nutrients of the ingredients. At Fresh Cravings, we use high-quality, locally sourced ingredients and we never cook our recipes. Cooking salsa is a low-cost way to lengthen shelf life, but the result is a soggy, bland sauce that’s more like soup than salsa!
What is the difference between Fresh Cravings and other refrigerated salsas?
All refrigerated salsas are not created equal. We use fresh, vine-ripened tomatoes and vegetables in all our salsas and never pasteurize our salsas.The result is vibrant flavor and crisp vegetables that are never soggy or dull. We also put a priority on sourcing the highest quality ingredients and prepare our salsas in small batches for the best possible result.
What if I’m not satisfied?
If for any reason you are unsatisfied with your Fresh Cravings product, contact us. We aim to satisfy with each bite and we will do everything we can to address your concern and leave you craving our salsas again.
Where do your ingredients come from?
We partner with farmers in the U.S. and Mexico to ensure the freshest tomatoes and vegetables are used in our salsas. Our vine-ripened tomatoes and vegetables are hand selected and each incoming crate is inspected before it goes into our salsa. If the produce does not meet our exacting standards it is rejected. Not only this, but we also have strict certifications for our ingredients and the safety of our facilities.
How long does the salsa last after being opened?
Once open we suggest eating within 7 days for optimal freshness and flavor. Unopened containers should be used by the sell-by date printed on the lid.
Can you freeze Fresh Cravings Salsas?
Our salsas should be stored in the refrigerator. We do not recommend freezing, but we do recommend eating frequently.
What is your most popular salsa?
Fresh Cravings Restaurant Style Salsa is our most popular salsa, but each recipe is crafted to satisfy. The bright and flavorful ingredients of Restaurant Style are blended into a smooth and savory sauce that’s simply addicting! If you prefer more tomato in every bite you might prefer our Chunky blend. For a medley of diced tomatoes, onions, peppers, and cilantro, try our Pico de Gallo.
Are your salsas free of the most common allergens?
Yes! We have a comprehensive allergen control program and our salsas are free of the top nine allergens: wheat/gluten, dairy, soy, eggs, shellfish, fish, tree nuts, iodine, and peanuts! (However, our salsas are processed in a facility containing wheat/gluten, eggs, soy, fish, shellfish, and dairy.) Our salsas are also cholesterol free, trans-fat free, vegetarian, low carb, and low calorie.
Are Fresh Cravings Salsas only used for dipping?
Although chips and salsa is a classic combination, our salsa can be used for many different meals and snacks. Visit our recipe page for ideas of how to use Fresh Cravings Salsa to make weeknight meals, a Taco Tuesday feast, a full game-day spread, and even breakfast!
How large is a Fresh Cravings Salsa container?
All of our salsa varieties are available in 16-ounce containers. Our Restaurant Style Salsa is also available in Fiesta Size 24-ounce containers and convenient single-serve containers. Single-serve salsas are sold in packs of 4 individually sized cups.
Is Fresh Cravings Salsa more expensive than jarred salsa?
No! Fresh Cravings is priced comparable to or lower than leading jarred salsa brands. But we think our fresh flavor is priceless.
What varieties come in Organic?
Fresh Cravings Organic is available in Restaurant Style in Mild, Medium, and Hot heat varieties along with Fresh Cravings Organic Chunky Salsa in Mild and Medium heat varieties—all in 16 ounces. Additionally, there is a single serve option of Fresh Cravings Organic Restaurant Style Salsa with Tortilla Chips in Mild and Medium heat varieties that are perfect for grab-and-go snacking. Each 16 oz. tub of salsa retails for $3.99 and the single serve options are $2.50 at Publix, H-E-B, and Dierbergs.