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Rob Kardashian & Kris Jenner Launch New Brand Of Hot Sauces!

By Mike Walters

Rob Kardashian is throwing his chips in on a different business than the normal family fashion and make-up lines -- he is launching his own brand of Hot Sauce!

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is partnering with his mother Kris Jenner in the launch of 'Grandeza Hot Sauce' -- a vegan-friendly brand of condiments that appears to be primarily an online business.

Robert is a reported "a major fan of hot sauce" but it's unclear if that was during his days on the bigger side, or if it is part of his journey to a healthy lifestyle.

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As you know, the Kardashians have made Billions of dollars promoting products on their social media accounts, and it appears this will be a similar company. Rob and Kris have both posted links on Instagram where you can order bottles of the hot stuff today.

The sauce is being sold as created by "an award-winning" chef and promises to be "all-natural and organic, gluten and GMO-free, and vegan friendly."

“Grandeza hot sauce combines light tangy flavors with a touch of spice. Great for balancing rich meals or to simply add another dimension of flavor," the website states.

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Rob Kardashian Launches His Own Brand Of Hot Sauces!


We haven't tried it yet, but apparently, Kris and Rob have shipped a tester kit out to family and friends -- including Caitlyn Jenner and Sophia Hutchins -- and are fired up about the prospects of the business.

"Excited to launch @grandezahotsauce!! get yours at," Rob captioned a photo of the new bottle.

According to the site, the sauce is now available across the U.S and even though it will most likely end up in supermarkets at some point, it appears to be an online business. The good news, it only costs you $11.99 for a set of the new sauces.

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As we reported, Rob Kardashian has struggled with his weight in the past few years, and has recently appeared at family functions looking slim and fit!

As we said, it's unclear if the sauce is on his diet, but most pepper-based hot sauces aren't too high in the calorie department. The only issue is the first few commercial images for the company show off using the sauce on fried chicken and pizza. A big NO-NO in most healthy eating plans.

Well, there's always a cheat day!

Congrats, Rob! (Now, send us some sauce!)

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