Where to find specialty sauces in Calgary

The sauce makes the meal. Whether you’re after cooking sauces such as pasta sauce, bottled barbecue sauces and marinades or exotic condiments to dress up everyday dishes, the independent grocery stores, supermarkets and food shops listed here have what you’re looking for as well as much more.

T&T Supermarket

800-999 36th St N E, Calgary, AB T2A 7X6

When you’re planning to whip up an Asian-inspired meal, but the recipe calls for sauces that aren’t in your cupboard, visit T & T Supermarket in Pacific Place Mall. This supermarket carries grocery items imported from Asian destinations such as Hong Kong, Japan and Vietnam.

Uni Market Inc

128 50 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 2A8

Brave hot-sauce tasters should look no further than Unimarket, a destination for Latin and South American grocery items. Hot sauces available here include classic Mexican varieties as well as jalapeno and habanero hot sauces. Their south Calgary location also features a butchery and a bakery. The latter offers items such as Columbian and Mexican sweet breads, Mexican croissants and birote bread (Mexican savoury bread).

Italian Super Market Ltd

265 20 Ave NE, Calgary, AB T2E 1R1

This family-run Italian Supermarket at Edmonton Trail and 20th Avenue Northeast offers patrons a concise selection of Italian, European and Mediterranean pasta and tomato sauces as well as more than 60 varieties of olive oil. In addition to grocery items, you’ll find a small deli and lunch counter (try the pizza!) with a small seating area.

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