What started out as a food truck before adding a brick-and-mortar restaurant and a shipping container kiosk is now further expanding, this time with a lineup of pantry products, starting with bottled sauces.
Mei Mei, a Chinese-American restaurant in Audubon Circle helmed by three siblings, will start selling Asian-inspired sauces made with local ingredients, according to a post on the restaurant's Facebook page. The three sauces — apple hoisin, cranberry sweet and sour, and smoked maple ginger — will be on sale starting this weekend; find them at the Eat Boutique Holiday Market and all Mei Mei locations.
The sauces will be gluten free and will use ingredients from local sources, like Bob's Mountain Sugar. They will be produced at CommonWealth Kitchen in Dorchester.
BIG FREAKING NEWS GUYS. We are seriously excited to launch our line of pantry items beginning with bottled sauces! Asian...Posted by Mei Mei Street Kitchen on Tuesday, December 8, 2015