The cause of the Sriracha shortage is revealed

The maker's operations chief illuminated the cause of a shortage of the condiment, but details remained scant.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • June 10, 2022
Huy Fong Foods, makers of the Sriracha hot sauce with the iconic green cap and the rooster on the bottle, is warning of a shortage of its popular condiment this summer. That shortage can be attributed to weather conditions in a single region of...
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