DALLAS & FORT WORTH, Texas — Casa M Spice Co™, the Dallas-based spice company known for their low-sodium, high-flavored line of spices and rubs, was accepted into the GO TEXAN coalition by the State of Texas Department of Agriculture. GO TEXAN is a group of Texas businesses producing quality products within the state of Texas. The Casa M spices, geared towards specific types of meat and available in different levels of heat, will soon proudly sport the GO TEXAN logo.
Dr. Mike Hernandez, Chief Spice Officer & Co-founder of Casa M Spice Co TM said: “We are really proud to join the GO TEXAN coalition and look forward to working with other Texas businesses, restaurants, and retailers to actively co-promote each other and support the Texas small business community.”
The Casa M Spice Co™ spice line is significantly different from most other spices because they do not contain filler, such as salt or charcoal. The result is a much cleaner, full-mouth experience that relies on flavor, not sodium, to bring meats, fish, and vegetables to life. Each flavor profile is available at a regular spice level or, for those wanting more kick, in the Uncontrolled variation.
Manny Hernandez, the Chief Operations Ninja and Co-founder of the company, said: “Joining the GO TEXAN group is great and is more evidence that we are on the right track as a company. Now it’s time to put our heads down and focus on delivering the best product and customer experience we can.”
The company is actively seeking retail establishments that are interested in carrying a quality Texas spice line. Bulk orders are also available for restaurants seeking a unique flavor profile for signature dishes.
Casa M Spice Co™ is a specialty spice company based in the DFW metroplex that focuses on providing spice blends that deliver the best flavors possible because great flavor makes great food, and great food makes great memories.
For further information or to request a sample kit please contact Dr. Mike Hernandez at email@example.com or call (469) 293-4400.
–Casa M Spice Co™
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