Member’s Mark Salsa

How Do I Love Member’s Mark Salsas? Let Me Count the Ways.

I’ve tried a lot of salsas in my day, but my favorites are the Member’s Mark salsas at Sam’s Club. That’s because the ingredients are pure—farm-fresh veggies, period. The vegetables are packed in the jar within 48 hours of being picked, so each bite is bursting with garden flavor. 

Behind the Jars

Member’s Mark Salsas

Member’s Mark Fresh Cilantro Salsa

If you love that fresh-from-the-garden flavor of cilantro, this is the salsa for you. Gluten-free, non-GMO, and without added sugars, it’s the perfect blend of veggies and nothin’ else.

Member’s Mark Fresh Salsa – Medium

The name fits. With farm-sourced vegetables and no added sugar, preservatives, or artificial flavors, this sauce is as fresh as it gets.

Complementary Products

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What Is Salsa, Anyways?

Salsa, quite literally, is sauce. That’s the direct translation from Spanish, and it’s an appropriate one. While we associate salsa with a pretty particular blend of onions, tomatoes, and chiles, it can actually contain a multitude of ingredients. Some recipes include fruits, like pineapple or mango, or other vegetables like plantains or corn. It pairs well with most Mexican dishes and a lot of others, too.

Why We Love Salsa

  • It’s a healthy, low-calorie snack. With just five calories per serving and good-for-you vitamins and minerals like vitamins A and C, it’s the condiment you don’t have to feel guilty about.
  • It’s easy to serve. Salsa is the answer to nearly every occasion. Need an easy snack for an impromptu get together? Want to spice up a bland meal? There’s a salsa for that.
  • There’s a salsa for everyone. Whether you like things spicy or mild, smooth or chunky, even if you don’t like tomatoes. No matter your taste buds, there’s a salsa you’ll love.
  • There’s always something new to try. You can go for a classic, like the Member’s Mark Fresh Salsa. Or try something funky, like My Brother’s Salsa Black Bean & Corn Salsa.

More Salsa Than You Can Fit in a Jar: The Sam’s Club Salsa Blog

Want more salsa stats? You’re in luck. The Sam’s Club Salsa Blog is full of salsa content. Check it out for recipes, origin stories, and fun factoids perfect for sharing over your next snack tray.

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Popular Salsa FAQs

What makes something salsa?
The definition of salsa is pretty broad, but it usually contains tomatoes, onions, chiles, and herbs. Sometimes the main ingredient, tomatoes, can be replaced with something else, like peaches.
Is salsa a dressing?

Salsa is the world’s most adaptable condiment, so yes, salsa is a dressing. I love it as a topping for salads. You could also call it a dip, sauce, or condiment.

How long does salsa last?
Because salsa contains fresh-from-the-garden ingredients, it does go bad. Refrigerated varieties, like the Member’s Mark Salsas at Sam’s Club, are good for five to seven days.
What is the difference between salsa and Picante sauce?

Picante sauce is just one kind of salsa. Salsas can be cooked or uncooked, chunky or smooth, and everything in between. But Picante sauce is usually cooked, jarred, and so smooth it’s almost a liquid.

Can you freeze salsa?

Yes, you can freeze salsa. Freezing salsa preserves that fresh flavor we love. Plus it can last in the freezer for up to four months.