Refrigerated salad dressings made with HPP technology
Good Foods, Pleasant Prairie, Wis., announced a new line of refrigerated salad dressings, available in Asian Ginger, Beet Balsamic, Apple Thyme, Avocado Ranch, Blue Cheese and Classic Caesar.
"Consumers are demanding fresher, cleaner dressings and dips that deliver incredible flavor without having to add artificial ingredients or preservatives," says Mandy Bottomlee, marketing director. "We're excited that we are able to offer a line of dressing based on real, simple ingredients like fresh herbs, fresh produce and cold-pressed juices."
Good Foods dressings are made with simple, real ingredients, including fresh herbs (like shallots, parsley, chives and dill), fresh produce (carrots, avocados, apples, onions and garlic) and cold-pressed juices (i.e., carrot, beet, apple, lemon and orange).
All Good Foods' dressings are high-pressure processed (HPP), and are sold in the produce section of grocers nationwide for a suggested retail price of $3.99 for an 8.8-ounce bottle.