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Mrs. Renfro’s featured on WFAA Ch 8 "Made In North Texas" by Brandon Hamilton.

Posted on August 19, 2016 by Doug Renfro

Thanks to Brandon Hamilton at Dallas Fort Worth's ABC station WFAA for this wonderful company profile. We're proud to be in North Texas!

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Fancy Food Show 2011: Sara Moulton's Top Picks

Posted on June 01, 2015 by Doug Renfro

For a Summer Fancy Food preview on "Good Morning America," Mrs. Renfro's Ghost Pepper was singled out as a Top Pick by GMA Food Editor Sara Moulton.

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Renfro Foods Receives Smart Moves Award

Posted on October 01, 2011 by Doug Renfro

Renfro Foods CEO Bill Renfro and VP Becky Renfro Borbollo accept the Smart Moves award, presented by the Fort Worth Business Press. The award recognizes companies that choose Fort Worth/Tarrant County for their headquarters and recognize the opportunity and potential of what this area brings.

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Meet the Boss: Mrs. Renfro's

Posted on April 01, 2011 by Doug Renfro

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Ghost Pepper Salsa Flies into North Texas

Posted on October 14, 2010 by Doug Renfro

Central Market stores in North Texas are now carrying Mrs. Renfro's newest gourmet salsa - Ghost Pepper Salsa. It's made with Bhut Jolokia, aka ghost pepper, from northeastern India.

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See Phil Lempert's "Hit" review on Mrs. Renfro's Raspberry Chipotle Salsa

Posted on August 01, 2010 by Doug Renfro

Watch the video from SupermarketGuru.com as Phil Lempert gives his glowing review on Mrs. Renfro's Raspberry Chipotle Salsa.

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Mrs. Renfro's is ready to set tongues afire across Britain

Posted on July 23, 2010 by Doug Renfro

After two unsuccessful forays, can Mrs. Renfros's Spicy salsa line capture a beachhead in Britain, where -- aside from an inexplicable affinity for hot Indian curries -- foods must go some distance to work themselves up to bland?

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