On every dining room table in America, one can find a shaker of salt, a shaker of pepper, a bottle of catsup and perhaps a bottle of hot sauce as well. However, one Corpus Christie, Texas-based businessman has been shaking things up by adding another condiment to that list.
Joel Friant is what one might call a serial entrepreneur with a history of capitalizing on opportunities. From flipping real estate to creating new products, Mr. Friant is a fountain of creativity. And this serial entrepreneur’s most famous achievement might be The Original Habanero Shaker – a product that’s aiming be on every dining room table in America.
In the past few decades, the food industry has seen hot sauce become a staple of American dining room tables. As someone with an eye for trends, Joel Friant decided that people wanted to add something with a little more kick to their meals. And The Orginal Habanero Shaker is intended for those who want something a little more intense than the usual bottle of hot sauce.
For the uninitiated, the habanero pepper is one of the hottest peppers one can add to their meals. The Original Habanero Shaker includes some of the hottest peppers in the world. How hot? How about fifty times hotter than a jalapeno.
Joel Friant is confident that America will be adding The Original Habanero Shaker to their dining room tables soon. And Mr. Friant has a track record of success to back up his claim. A track record that includes almost three decades of entrepreneurial success.
Beginning in 1995, Joel Friant moved on from his real estate business to start the first Fast Food Thai Concept. Branding himself as “The Thai Guy,” Joel Friant brought this exciting Thai concept from coast to coast. It was soon afterward that Mr. Friant introduced The Original Habanero Shaker to the world. Today, The Original Habanero Shaker is a popular condiment available at many grocery locations as well as Amazon.
Americans love their food. And Joel Friant is certain Americans will love their food even more with a kick of Habanero in every bite.