Ask Us

Do you use authentic New Mexico chile?

Yes! We use only the finest green chile from the Hatch Valley of New Mexico.  Our red chile cooking sauce is made from sun-ripened New Mexico Chile Pods.

Are your products all natural?

Yes! Our Santa Fe style gourmet fire roasted green chile, green chile salsa and red chile cooking sauce are all natural.

Where are Roadrunner Chile Company products made?

Our Santa Fe Style Gourmet Fire-Roasted Green Chile, Green Chile Salsa, and Red Chile Cooking Sauce are all made in the U.S.A.  in the great state of New Mexico.

Do you add sugar to any of your products?

No.   We do not add sugar to any of our products.

How spicy is your chile, salsa, and sauce?

Hmmm...that depends on what you consider spicy.  We like to think of our fire-roasted green chile, green chile salsa and red chile cooking sauce as pleasingly spicy but not overwhelming.  If you are looking for us to fit it into a category - mild, medium, or hot - we would probably say medium.

Are your products fat free?

Yes.  Our fire-roasted green chile, green chile salsa, and red chile cooking sauce are fat free.

Where can I purchase Roadrunner Chile Company products?

We currently sell our fire-roasted green chile, green chile salsa, red chile cooking sauce and gift sets nationally through our website and Amazon.com. You can also ask your favorite store to carry our products by asking the store manager to contact us.

We like your name and logo. How did you come up with it?

Thank you!  We like it too. The roadrunner is the state bird of New Mexico and does exist apart from the cartoon universe.  Roadrunners are approximately 22" long and are quite fast.  They prefer running to flying and have been clocked at speeds of 15 miles per hour.   However, they are not prone to sticking out their tongues at coyotes and yelling, “Beep beep."   The preferred diet of the roadrunner is lizards, mice and snakes, but they are not above plucking a small chunk of raw hamburger from a human’s hand if offered to them (and the human remains  very, very still).

Can I feature Roadrunner Chile Company® recipes on my website or the Roadrunner Chile Company® brand name in a recipe I am featuring on my website?

We would be honored! You can feature Roadrunner Chile Company® recipes on your website or the Roadrunner Chile Company® brand name in a recipe you are featuring on your website as long as you adhere to the following guidelines: When you list our products in a recipe, the product name needs to be typed in capital letters with the trademark symbol afterwards.  For example: "1 cup of ROADRUNNER CHILE COMPANY’S® FIRE-ROASTED GREEN CHILE®."  This is important as it helps us protect our trademark rights.