Texas-based fast food burger legend Whataburger is continuing its expansion into grocery store condiment aisles: They've just launched their retail line of "signature sauces" which includes peppercorn ranch, creamy pepper sauce ("made famous" on the chain's patty melt), jalapeno ranch and honey mustard. Also being added to the lineup is their "original mayo" which, unlike most other things at Whataburger, has "50 percent less fat and 40 percent fewer calories" than traditional mayo. These five concoctions join Whataburger's "fancy" ketchup, much-talked-about spicy ketchup and mustard that hit the market last year. Other recent additions to the line include breakfast sausage and honey butter (which of course is not actually butter at all, but an amalgamation of soybean oil, high fructose corn syrup and various other ingredients). Folks wishing their home-cooked meals could be more reminiscent of drive-thru fare can find Whataburger's full line of condiments at HEB and Central Market stores.