On Monday, May 8th, 2012, Brigham & Women’s hospital of Boston, Massachusetts announced a study on the power of capsaicin. Found in hot peppers, capsaicin is believed to help with weight loss. Doctors would like to use the power of this natural element to treat obesity and use as therapy for diabetic patients. At Ashley Food Company, we have provided alerts to our customers about the benefits of hot peppers and capsaicin.
Just in… At Ashley Food Company: Fancy food distributor David Ashley of Dedham, Mass., claims his Mad Dog Inferno is the hottest bottled sauce in the world. An independent test shows Mad Dog measured more than 112,000 points on the scoville heat scale, he says, while the hottest habanero sauce rated just under 12,000 points. [...]
Taste Trend -Boston Herald, Wednesday, May 13, 1998 A drop of Mad Cat Hot Sauce first pussyfoots across your tongue, then makes you yowl. If you like hot sauce, the slow-building burn makes you want another bite. And another. The new, habanero-based sauce is a spin-off from the Dedham-based Mad Dog label. A few drops [...]
Dedham, Massachusetts, April 1, 1998–While the Chinese calendar celebrates 1998 as “The Year Of The Tiger,” Ashley Food Company has come up with its own feline phenomenon for 1998: new MAD CAT Hot Sauce, with a fiery taste that has hot sauce lovers meowing with approval. True to form, David Ashley, President, Ashley Food Company, [...]