Texas Pete

Economy
8:45 pm
Mon July 6, 2015

Texas Pete Maker Moving Headquarters To Downtown Winston-Salem

The Boling-Nash Building dates to the late 1920s, about the same time that the Garner family started making the sauces that would become Texas Pete.
Credit Digital Forsyth

The brand may be called Texas Pete, but the company that makes it has been a Winston-Salem mainstay for decades.

And it’s keeping those local roots as it prepares to move its headquarters downtown.

T.W. Garner Food Company is moving in to the historic Boling-Nash building on Fourth Street, which is already home to another well-known local brand, Foothills Brewery. Garner is best known for making Texas Pete – the country’s number three hot sauce brand. It also makes other well-known sauces and snacks.

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Business
6:47 am
Fri May 2, 2014

From Barbecue Cart to Multi-Million Dollar Company, Texas Pete Sees International Growth

CHA!, the newest sauce to bear the Texas Pete name. The Winston-Salem based company's products can be found on store shelves across the United States and in 22 countries.
Credit Texas Pete

There are millions of bottles of Texas Pete hot sauce at diners, military bases and pantries around the world.

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Regional Growth
9:32 pm
Sun March 9, 2014

Rock the Block Yields to New Culinary Festival

Music plays during Rock the Block 2013.
Credit Photo courtesy of the City of Winston-Salem

A Winston-Salem festival that opened the doors to downtown for 12 years is coming to an end.

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