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Tony Chachere’s Celebrates Anniversary With New Chili Mixes

Tony Chachere’s Celebrates Anniversary With New Chili Mixes

Opelousas, Louisiana-based Tony Chachere’s Famous Creole Cuisine has introduced new chili mixes in celebration of its upcoming anniversary.

As part of its 50th Anniversary celebration, Tony Chachere’s introduces its authentic Cajun/Creole-Style Chili Mixes in two flavors – Original and Mild. 

The new Original Chili Seasoning Mix has a little more kick than the mild and is similar to using Tony’s BOLD Creole Seasoning. The new Mild Chili Seasoning Mix packs less heat for those who are so inclined and is similar to using Tony’s More Spice Seasoning. 

Each box mix is designed to be used with two pounds of ground beef or venison, for that perfect pot of chili.

“For years people have been using Tony’s products in their chili to help boost the flavor, so we knew it was time to simplify the process and give the people what they want,” said Celeste Chachere, director of marketing for Tony Chachere’s. 

“Our new Original and Mild Chili Mixes bring the best of our seasoning flavors to this classic dish for a unique spin on an old favorite,” she said.

Tony Chachere’s new Original Chili Seasoning Mix and Mild Chili Seasoning Mix are currently rolling out to grocery stores and retail partners like Brookshire Grocer, SuperValu, C&S Wholesale Grocers, Valu Merchandisers, AG Baton Rouge, Piggly Wiggly and AWG. 

Founded in 1972 by Tony Chachere, the “Ole Master” of Creole cooking, Tony Chachere’s continues to be family-owned-and-operated. The Louisiana family has carried on the tradition of authenticity and flavor through its line of seasonings, marinades, dinner mixes, and salad dressings.

For more information, visit tonychachere.com.

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