Sarah Marshall started Marshall’s Haute Sauce from her home kitchen. Her love for canning and preserving local ingredients lead to a beautiful and tasty product line. She recruited her husband Dirk Marshall to chop and prep all the produce. The business quickly outgrew their home and they now run out of a commercial kitchen in South East Portland.
Marshall’s Haute Sauce brings delicious fresh and local small batch products to those that will love them. We are designed for worry free farm-to-table utilization. We buy local whenever possible and get our produce at the farmers markets we work at. Our hot sauces have unique spice blends and flavor combinations, but still bring the heat. Each batch is hand stamped and a real labor of love. Our sauces are sealed and don’t require refrigeration until after they are open.
We value high end, custom fitting products that meet the needs of customers with food allergies. All sauces are gluten free, and vegetarian (serrano and habanero sauce are vegan, red and barbeque contain honey). We don’t use any binders, additives, or other strange stuff. Our sauces are made of vegetables, vinegar, spices, and sometimes sugar or local honey. That’s it!
We believe in small business owners, farmers, and producers and work with as many as we can find.
How to Get Our Products:
Portland State University Market on Saturdays from 8:30-2 March 2018-October 2018
We are in some wonderful local stores:
Zupan’s All Locations
Pastaworks City Market & Providore
Market of Choice All Locations
Tender Loving Empire All Locations
Elephants Delicatessen NW Location
Barbur World Foods Barbur & NW
Capers Cafe Portland Airport
Restaurants That Serve Marshall’s Haute Sauce:
We can be found outside of Portland at these lovely stores:
Murray’s Cheese (New York Locations)
Provisions Market Hall (Eugene, Oregon)
Cheese + Provisons (Denver, Colorado)
Sugarpill (Seattle, Washington)
Timberline Lodge Mt. Hood, Oregon
Marx Foods (Seattle, Washington)
E. Smith Mercantile (Seattle, Washington)
Hama Hama (Lilliwaup, Washington)
FarmShop (Santa Monica, California)
De Laurenti (Seattle, Washington)
The Walrus and the Carpenter (Seattle, Washington)
Heatonist (Brooklyn, New York)
Salt & Sundry (Washington, DC)
Gift Baskets And Boxes:
International Shipping Orders:
Heatonist (Online Retailer)
Message us for local delivery or information about ordering our sauces for your store.