Edward & Sons - Organic Sweet & Sour Asian Fusion Sauce, 251ml

Edward & Sons - Organic Sweet & Sour Asian Fusion Sauce, 251ml
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Edward & Sons - Organic Sweet & Sour Asian Fusion Sauce, 251ml

Brand - Edward & Sons
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Quick Description

They say opposites attract. Edward & Sons brings delicious flavours of sweet and sour and combines them to make this fantastically tasty fusion sauce!

Key Information

  • Asian fusion sauce
  • Blend of sweet and sour
  • For dipping or glazes
  • Great taste and gluten-free
  • USDA Certified Organic

Product Overview

Asian condiments have taken over our kitchen cupboards. And we’re ok with that! They’re known for being versatile, high-quality, and tasty - just like Edward & Sons’ Sauce.

This Asian fusion sauce is exactly what the name describes it to be - Sweet and Sour! This sauce prefers savoury dishes. You can make a wonderfully tasty glaze or salad dressing blend with this sauce.

Sweet & Sour Sauce is also an iconic dipping sauce for spring rolls! This sauce is also perfect for fried vegetables, tofu, and dumplings.

Edward & Sons’ Sweet & Sour Asian Fusion Sauce is made with tamari that’s traditionally brewed. The tamari as well as quite a lot of other ingredients that went into making this sauce are organic.


Water, Cane Sugar*, Tamari* (Water, Soybeans*, Seas Salt, Alcohol*, Koji), White Vinegar*, Tomato Paste*, Onion*, Orange Juice Concentrate*, Tapioca Starch*, Salted Sake* (Water, Rice*, Koji, Sea Salt), Sea Salt, Lime Juice Concentrate*, Ginger Powder*, Garlic Powder*, Xanthan Gum, Orange Extract*.
*Organic Ingredients
Allergens: Soy 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I cook with Edward & Sons’ Organic Sweet & Sour Asian Fusion Sauce?

Of course, you can! Just one thing to note when making stir-fries or any high-heat cooking, sweet and sour sauce has a tendency to “burn” when you expose it to heat for way too long. Think of it like cooking with sweet caramel! Both are sweet sauces that need constant stirring.