Sally Jones and Susan Maughan, owners of Saucy Sisters from Pocatello, Idaho received international recognition using a traditional recipe that has been a part of the family’s repertoire for years. Competing with 380 mustard entries from Canada, Japan, France, Germany, England, and the United States including Hawaii, their Golden Honey Russian Mustard won a gold medal in the 2005 World Mustard Competition
for the “best sweet/hot mustard”. In 2007, this same Golden Honey Russian Mustard took another world gold medal for the “best honey mustard”. The Golden Honey Russian Mustard was also chosen as a finalist in the 2008 Gallo Family Gold Medal Awards
. Saucy Sisters Golden Honey Russian Mustard was also featured in the June and December 2007 issues of the Fancy Food Magazine
and will be featured in the June issue of Bon Appétit.
Saucy Sisters have the confidence in the integrity of the ingredients used in their products as the foundation from which the company stands on. “Our goal is to create products which meet the needs of the health-conscious and adventurous palate without creating food allergies, dietary or environmental problems. We are dedicated to using the finest ingredients on the market, not altering the ingredients or recipes to cut costs, and to offer our products at a fair price.”