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One of America's Biggest Burger Chains Just Debuted Its Sauces in Thousands of Grocery Stores Nationwide

No more asking for extra packets, now you can buy a whole bottle.

The summer is grilling season and most BBQ get-togethers will see some burgers sizzling. For those that love the juicy burgers at Whataburger slathered in one of its tangy-sweet sauces, you'll now be able to recreate the flavor at home

All 15 of Whataburger's signature sauces are now available in thousands of grocery stores across the U.S., including its two famous flavored ketchups and more, the company just revealed.  

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Burger fans can now find the iconic flavors in 18 states at 3,500 grocery stores including Albertsons, Albertsons Market, Amigos, Brookshire's Food & Pharmacy, Brookshire Brothers, Central Market, H-E-B, Kroger, Market Street, Mi Tienda, Randalls, Tom Thumb, United Supermarkets, Walmart, and Winn-Dixie.

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Whataburger's original sauces include its Fancy Ketchup, Spicy Ketchup, and Original Mustard—and these have been available at select supermarkets since 2013. But now grocery shoppers can find the burger chain's own Real Mayonnaise, Creamy Pepper Sauce, Creamy Buttermilk Ranch, Spicy Jalapeño Ranch, Classic Honey Mustard, Honey BBQ Sauce, Buffalo Sauce, Honey Butter Sauce, Picante Sauce, and Salsa Verde in the condiment aisle.

For those interested in whether their grocery store has Whataburger's iconic burger additions, product availability is listed on its website. It currently sells Fancy Ketchup, Spicy Ketchup, Original Mustard, Honey BBQ Sauce, Spicy Jalapeño Ranch, and Original Pancake Mix online with nationwide shipping on its own website as well.

Regular-sized condiments aren't the only Whataburger favorites available outside the drive-through, the chain announced. It is also now selling its Original Pork Sausage and Original Pancake Mix in grocery stores, too.

"Our original recipes have been taste-tested to perfection over generations in our restaurants," said Rich Scheffler, Whataburger executive vice president and chief marketing officer. "As we enter new markets like Atlanta, Kansas City, Nashville, Memphis, and Colorado Springs, we're expanding our fan base through both our more than 890 restaurants and 3,500-plus grocery stores."

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Amber Lake
Amber Lake is a staff writer at Eat This, Not That! and has a degree in journalism from UNF in Jacksonville, Florida. Read more about Amber