No gluten free, refined sugar or soy, this versatile stir fry companion has sterile ingredients and is bursting with a sweet, sweet Teriyaki taste. It is USDA Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Whole30 Approved and paleo-friendly and produced with high-quality components, including Organic Coconut Aminos, Organic Balsamic Vinegar, Organic Ginger and Organic Tamarind. "With the prevalence of PRIMAL KITCHEN mayo, dressings and Organic and Unsweetened Classic & Golden BBQ Sauces and Organic Sugar Free Steak Sauce, a high quality Teriyaki was an ideal next step," said founder, Mark Sisson. "Many users have an allergy or sensitivity to soy itself or to gluten, which is frequently used in the production of several traditional teriyaki sauces. Our all-new No Soy Teriyaki gives discerning shoppers a flexible sauce and marinade for their summertime barbecues and Asian meal pairings, while staying faithful to the PRIMAL KITCHEN brand devotion to delicious high-quality and flavor ingredients" PRIMAL KITCHEN No Soy Teriyaki are available Summer 2019 at over 2,500 retailers nationwide and Amazon, Thrive Market and primalkitchen.com. Whether sautéing vegetables or marinating saucy wings, break out the wok and ditch the soy with PRIMAL KITCHEN No Soy Teriyaki Sauce & Marinade.
About Mark Sisson & PRIMAL KITCHEN
Mark Sisson, New York Times bestselling author, media personality, ex-endurance athlete (5th place USA Marathon Championship, 4th place Hawaii Ironman complete ) founded the PRIMAL KITCHEN brand in 2015. He has been educating the world on nutrition and the benefits of fat and protein for the previous ten years through his blog, MarksDailyApple.com. With the initiation of the PRIMAL KITCHEN brand, Mark Sisson delivers on his mission to create uncompromisingly delicious condiments, sauces, cooking oils, collagen protein and products that contain no dairy, grain, gluten, elegant or extra sugar or soy and full of fats we love, simple ingredients. Since Mark would say, Eat Like Your Life Depends on It, since it will. Learn more at primalkitchen.com. https://www.kitchenbar.net/teriyaki-sauce-brands/