Straight from the fields

Up Close with Good Foods’ New Refrigerated Salad Dressings

Of course we expect real, simple ingredients in our salads, but what about in our dressings? This is a question Good Foods is both asking and responding to with its new line of refrigerated salad dressings (RSD). Adding to its vision of revolutionizing food, this line ensures that consumers no longer have to worry about the freshness of their RSDs or the naturalness of competitors’ shelf-stable dressings. With no chemicals, preservatives, artificial ingredients, colors, flavors, or additives, Good Foods’ new line of refrigerated salad dressings provides consumers fresher, cleaner dressings that deliver powerful flavors.

The line offers six varieties, including Asian Ginger, Beet Balsamic, Apple Thyme, Avocado Ranch, Blue Cheese, and Classic Caesar—all available in 8.8 oz bottles.

Data from IRI Worldwide supports continued growth and consumer demand in the refrigerated dressing category, showing that while shelf-stable dressings have seen flat to declining growth over the last few years, the refrigerated offerings have grown to a $400 million category with sales up 3.1 percent.

Made in a state-of-the-art, SQF Level III manufacturing facility that never breaks the cold chain, Good Foods’ refrigerated dressings are high-pressure-processed to maximize nutrition, capture flavors, and maintain freshness. The new line is based on freshly picked and packed ingredients, including fresh herbs such as shallots, parsley, chives, and dill; fresh produce like carrots, avocados, apples, onions, and garlic; and cold-pressed juices like carrot, beet, apple, lemon, and orange. Good Foods’ refrigerated salad dressings are made well, taste amazing, pop on the shelf, and enhance fresh flavor in the produce department.