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Bottled TacoBell Hot Sauce!

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Does any body know where to find this stuff? I used to buy it all the time, but I haven't seen it a couple months. They used to have it at Kroger's on Mockingbird Ln. in Dallas but no more. It was in "tobasco like" bottle (tall and skinny). It was "hot". It was the same as the sauce packets that you get when you go taco bell, and I think it had a little picture of the restaurant on the label.
I describe it because I CANNOT find a picture of it on the web anywhere...which is VERY ODD. There is a picture on google of a taco bell sauce in a "salsa like" jar but that's not what I have been buying. Kroger used to carry that one also.
Anybody have any info or should I actually call TacoBell corporate. I'll talk to the store manager tomorrow.
thanks

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  1. Sorry, can't help you with the sauce, but tomorrow (Tues) is free taco day at Taco Bell. Someone stole a base in this year's first (if I remember) World Series game and won America a taco! I don't know if it's all day or a special time. Good luck with the sauce - I can't say I've ever seen it in groceries. If it used to be on the shelf, I'd ask the manager at Kroger.

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    1. re: CocoaNut

      That would be 2pm-6pm on the free taco tomorrow!

    2. I'm not in Dallas, but I have a bottle of the mild sauce in my pantry, so I looked and it is a product of Kraft. Here is a link for you:

      http://www.kraftfoods.com/kf/products...

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      1. re: danhole

        A while back we used to buy the Taco Bell one. We've switched to the El Fenix one. Muy Bueno!

      2. Check Walmart.com for your area. I have the same problem in Austin and College Station. No stores carry it, but I did find it online showing the Walmart in Bryan carries it.

        1. Ditto on the Walmart. I've bought it at a couple of different locations of both the Supercenters and their Neighborhood Markets.

          1. I saw some at big lots in irving the other day...and some other odd looking things they called food products...so you might want to check there I think it was like 40 cents.