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No one’s denying that mayo is a condiment staple. But sometimes, you just need to spice it up a bit. That’s why Hellmann’s is releasing three new sauces, just in time for that good ol’ barbecue season (OK, we may be jumping the gun, but hear us out). The sauces — Classic Burger, Spicy Paprika Frites and Spicy Gochujang — will elevate your burgers and fries to a delightfully tastier next level.

The Classic Burger sauce, which might remind you of a certain famous burger from your favourite fast food joint, is creamy and tangy with a pickle relish. Spicy Paprika has a hint of chili and makes an excellent companion to your plate of fries. But the real winner here, the one everyone in the office picked as their fave during our very in-depth scientific taste test (you don’t just think we’d give out food advice without actually trying the stuff, do you?) is Hellmann’s Spicy Gochujang Dipping Sauce. That’s right, we wrote out the entire name, just so you know what to ask for at your local No Frills.

The dip has a red Korean chili kick, mixed with that perfect hint of sweet. Looking for that umami taste to step up your burgers, meats, cauliflower and tofu steaks? This here’s your guy. And at just $4.49 a bottle, not only will it make your falafel wrap especially flavourful, your bank account won’t judge you.

But here’s the bad news. Remember when we said we were jumping the gun a bit with barbecue season? Well all of these babies are limited edition, so when they’re gone, they’re gone. We’re hoping the sauces’ll be in stock for all of summer, but if they sell out, don’t say we didn’t warn you.

WHO IT’S FOR:

People who wanna take their lunches up a notch.

HOW MUCH?

$4.49

WHERE TO FIND IT

Loblaws or your local grocery store