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Tres Chic

Tres Chic owner Mary Williams was unavailable for comment at press time but here are the facts about her company Tres Chic: The company originated in 1988. Tres Chic's corporate office is here in Austin, although the company's salsa is bottled in San Antonio by Creative Food Works. Tres Chic is sold in gourmet food stores and gift boutiques nationwide, with customers found along the Texas Gulf Coast, in Tennessee, and in Virginia in addition to Austin. Tres Chic's Mean Green has twice taken First Place honors.

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