Top Shelf Canada’s Front Street Heat Will Soon Be Found in Condiments Aerials

A popular condiment made by a small town Southwestern Ontario company is about to make the big leap into national grocery stores. Thanks to a deal struck with Loblaw’s, Sarnia-based Top Shelf Canada’s Front Street Heat will soon be seen in condiment aisles across the country. URL

The company’s flagship premium sauce, Front Street Heat, is a mild, flavour-forward condiment with a respectful kick of heat that’s designed to be a new Canadian condiment option and a bold culinary ingredient. It’s a clean-label condiment that’s made with quality ingredients including roasted red peppers, Canadian maple syrup, garlic, and a combination of herbs and spices. The company’s other two sauces, Front Street Fire and Front Street Inferno, are hotter versions of the original and were designed to allow spice sufferers the chance to enjoy the flavour of a well-made condiment with minimal burn.

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With a growing business and new team members to support the company’s growth, it was time to update the product’s packaging. Lines enlisted the help of his long-time friend and fellow bartender, Adina Melanson, to work with a local design studio to create a new label that would allow the brand to continue to grow and prosper in a sustainable way.

The newly designed label features the company’s One Bottle, One Tree logo, which will allow the company to give back to the community by donating $1 per bottle of Front Street Heat sold through the LCBO to the London chapter of United Way. The program is one of several ways the company contributes to charitable initiatives that help people in need as a core part of its business strategy and culture.