Bhutanese shakam ezay! It's dried beef bits fried with chile, doubtful you'd be able to source that.
On a more realistic note, if you're looking for unique small producers around the US that have limited distribution, check out Bear's Breath Ketchup for the Bold, a more savory ketchup alternative. I had a booth next to the guy at a show earlier this year, it was tasty and unique. More local PNW companies are Grimm Bros hot sauces and Mustard & Co. Grimm's Fire Potion is thicker than tabasco, tomato and vinegar based with scotch bonnet, cayenne, and ghost pepper. I'm not sure who else is making condiment-type things, but you could check through the Seattle Made website and the roster for the Gobble Up event. I participate in both. My friend Melissa at The Kitchen Imp make spice blends and flavored salts and Peek's Pantry are other friends making Thai food and condiments.