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Huy Fong Foods

Irwindale, CA, USA
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Jennifer L wrote a review Feb 2020
Ontario, Canada1 contribution
Interesting free tour!! Can't wait to go again so I can enjoy the experience with more family/friends! Incredibly interesting & educational. Was in town visiting family and thankfully our friend Ami A. suggested this tour. Easy to get to and the staff are very helpful and
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Date of experience: February 2020
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RMMcD wrote a review Jan 2020
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The Huy Fong Foods tour was really well-organized. It engages every sense. The origin story is really a heartfelt story of success. David Tran, the founder, is an inspirational figure. I love his passion and commitment to every aspect: people, product, and more. The factory
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Date of experience: January 2020
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AndresMacL wrote a review Dec 2019
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada15 contributions4 helpful votes
The tour was well organized. The inner workings of a factory are fascinating. Guides were friendly. We really enjoyed seeing the process of one of our favourite condiments being made from manufacturing the bottle to packaging for shipping.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Angie D. wrote a review Dec 2019
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We loved the tour! It is a free tour. My hubby and I visited the site in Irwindale and enjoyed the whole experience. It was very educational. The whole factory is ran in such a neat and organized way. It was very surprising to learn that the founder still shows up to work there
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Justin H wrote a review Dec 2019
Denver, Colorado2 contributions1 helpful vote
Found out online that they do free tours and thought "Hey why not?". Turns out it was awesome! The tour is free but you do need to reserve in advance. I learned a lot about the plant and the history of the company. I had no idea that all the branded Sriracha merchandise was
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Date of experience: December 2019
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