All Rib Rack products are made in the U.S.
Yes! While we don't sell directly to consumers through our website, you can buy Rib Rack products from our Amazon store.
We do not use artificial thickeners and stabilizers in our products. Therefore, ingredients may separate and settle when our bottles are at rest. For best results, shake before enjoying.
Our products are freshest and taste best if consumed by the "Best By" date. These dates can be found as follows:
BBQ Sauces: On the neck of the bottle between the neck wrapper and label
Spice Rubs: On the top of the cap
Marinades: On the neck of the bottle between the neck wrapper and label
Pork Rinds: On the back right panel of the bag
All of our bottles - both glass and plastic - are recyclable. Just be sure to rinse them well before recycling.
No, none of our products contain high fructose corn syrup.
We are required by the FDA to disclose the presence of any of the Top 8 allergens on our labels directly below the ingredient statement. Some of our products (i.e. Marinades) contain Soy and this allergen is indicated both on the label and on the Product Detail page of this website.
Please always check the label before consuming Rib Rack products if you have allergy sensitivities.
Yes, all Rib Rack products are gluten free.
We work closely with the Non GMO Project to certify all of our products according to their guidelines.
This is a work-in-progress on some Rib Rack items. If you are wondering about a specific product and its non-GMO status, please reference the information on the particular Product Detail page on this website.
You may also check the back of the product label for more information.
No, none of our products contain MSG.
Yes, our Sugar Free product line which includes 3 BBQ Sauces, 3 Spices Rubs and 3 Marinades has been developed to conform to the generally accepted Keto friendly standard for each product category.
Allulose is an all-natural sweetener that we use in our Sugar Free products.
It is low calorie but has the same clean, sweet taste you expect from sugar. It exists in nature in very small quantities and can be found in certain fruits including jackfruit, figs and raisins.
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