Family Owned Hand Crafted  

We are a family owned, artisan sauce company located in Needham, Massachusetts. We make handcrafted, all natural sauces from old Chinese farmhouse recipes.

Asian Condiment

Fresh Zen’s Original Ginger and Scallion Sauce is an Asian condiment that goes wonderfully with salmon, chicken, turkey, beef, fish, eggs and roasted vegetables.

Healthy Eating

Inspired by healthy eating and a family recipe. Crafted by hand, this all natural, no preservative traditional Asian sauce has come to life to make quick and healthy meals easy


This sauce adds a deliciously savory element to grilled chicken, fish, or spoon some onto ribs, beef, turkey, noodle dishes and even your favorite wrap. We put  Fresh Zen on everything because who says healthy foods shouldn’t be delicious? With its versatility Fresh Zen can be used on anything from salads to wraps, chicken to fish or meat. It can be used as a marinade or dipping sauce. This tasty and healthy condiment is the Asian version of Ketchup or even Sriracha. This sauce is best when experimented on healthy dishes – have fun giving a fresh kick to any of your favorite meals.

Some of our favorite dishes with Fresh Zen include:

  1. Baked Salmon
  2. Turkey
  3. Beef Tips
  4. Chicken Wrap


The sauce is traditionally made from freshly grated root ginger, fresh scallions, canola oil and salt. Fresh Zen Ginger and Scallion sauce is made with no preservatives, no added sugars, and the freshest and finest ingredients. Ginger and Scallion sauce is gluten free, dairy free, and nut free. This is important because well-being begins on the inside.

Made with just 4 simple ingredients.

  1. Ginger
  2. Scallion
  3. Canola Oil
  4. Kosher Salt


Fresh Zen Ginger and Scallion Sauce is sold at the following locations:

  1. Volante Farms in Needham, MA,
  2. Reds Best at the Boston Public Market
  3. Brookline Grown in Brookline, MA
  4. Stacy’s Juice Bar in Needham, MA.


Freshly Grated Ginger and Scallion Sauce

Add a dash of Fresh Zen’s health benefit packed Ginger and Scallion sauce to spice up fried rice or eat it on anything. Starting with breakfast, eat it with eggs in the morning. For lunch, pile on some Ginger and Scallion sauce into sandwiches, and for dinner have it on the table as a condiment to any meal, meat, beans, grains, veggies, you name it. The possibilities are endless.