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French’s Caesar Mix

The drinks for this blog post were provided for free by French’s; Thoughts, opinions and story are my own.

French's Caesar Mix | Hamilton Small Fries | Canada 150 Photo 1

You’ll recognize French’s from their famous yellow container, dominating the mustard industry as a hot commodity condiment (see what I did there?) since 1904. They gained recent popularity with the Ketchup line, when a leading competitor – I won’t name names – made the executive decision to shut down their Leamington plant putting 740 full-time employees and 350 seasonal employees out of work.

French’s stepped up, working with local farmers in Ontario and using 100% Canadian grown tomatoes in their ketchup, popularizing their line.

Now, French’s is ready to rock Canada with their latest product, Caesar drink mix! In a fitting tribute to Canada’s 150th, they are launching two new truly Canadian products: French’s Not Your Ordinary Caesar Cocktail Mix in Original or Fully Loaded. Both non-alcoholic varieties contain no gluten, artificial flavours, colours or MSG and are Canadian-crafted and produced at a Canadian factory.

French's Caesar Mix | Hamilton Small Fries | Canada 150 Photo 2

The Original Caesar Mix was created to act as a base for your favourite recipe, and the Fully Loaded Caesar Mix comes pre-seasoned with French’s Worcestershire sauce and Frank’s RedHot Sauce, so you can enjoy it as is!

French’s will also be partnering with Canadian-produced Polar Ice Vodka. From May to August 2017, if you purchase a bottle of Polar Ice, you’ll receive a sample of French’s Caesar mix for free.

That’s Canadian business done right, and something I’m happy to support.

So what do you think? Will you be picking some French’s Caesar Mix up for your next BBQ?

2 thoughts on “French’s Caesar Mix

  1. Where can you purchase Caesar mix in Hamilton On area ? I have looked everywhere.
    Metro used to carry it. No longer on their shelves.
    I love it.

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