As a UK hot sauce brand, SaucyBitch is incredibly proud of all of our customer base, but we're particularly proud that so many of our fans are female.
So, in honour of October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, we launched a pink label Special Edition Hot Sauce from which 100% of profits are donated to cancer charities.
Breast cancer is a cause especially close to our hearts.
Steve Cook, co founder of SaucyBitch, whose own mother was diagnosed with breast cancer said: “My Mum Kath was diagnosed with breast cancer 11 years ago and our worlds fell apart.
"Luckily she has recently been given the all clear so we are one of the lucky families. We do what we can, when we can, for cancer charities as my Dad was also diagnosed with cancer the same year as my mum.
"We only started Saucybitch last year so this is the first year we have been able to do this and we hope it’s the first of many. We are quite unusual for a hot sauce brand because we sell to as many women as men so hopefully a lot of them will buy this Special Edition and we can raise a lot of money for this great cause.”
Our pink label Special Edition Hot Sauce was also featured in Stylist magazine, the UK's most read women's weekly magazine, which was a great accolade.
Check out our feature on Stylist's website below:
The Special Edition pink label hot sauce will be on sale throughout October for £5.95 The hot sauce will use a blend of fermented Habanero and red chillies with lots of garlic.