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Kraft Dressings Available In 32 Oz. Bottles

February 03, 2015 Industry News
Industry News

Kraft Foodservice introduced new Kraft Dressings 32-oz bottle format.

The new line will offer the same premium shelf stable Kraft-Dressings customers know and love, but in a 32-oz pour bottle formatfor added convenience and less mess.

Developed for efficiency, the new ready-to-display salad bar bottles go from case to salad bar or service station with no container prep needed. The new bottle has a spout cap for added convenience so patrons can properly pour the amount of dressing they want with no mess.

Both consumers and operators will appreciate that the easy pour bottle minimizes spills and helps keep the salad bar clean. Our line of salad bar bottles are shelf stable and can be stored at room temperature until opened, so operators can eliminate concerns of temperature control.

With distinctive and balanced flavors, Kraft Dressings always delivers a consistently delicious product with superior cling for better performance and rich texture.  Kraft Dressings 32-oz bottles are available in the following popular flavors:

  • Ranch: rich, creamy dairy flavor with visible herbs and spices
  • Light Ranch: same great Kraft Ranch flavor, with less fat and fewer calories
  • Blue Cheese: even pour and a chunky texture with a hint of garlic
  • Creamy Caesar: classic Caesar flavor with aged Romano and Parmesan cheeses and a special blend of spices
  • Balsamic Vinaigrette: sweet with hearty balsamic vinegar, rich olive notes and herbs
  • Fat-Free Raspberry Vinaigrette: the sweet, tart flavor of raspberries in a fat-free tangy vinaigrette
  • Light Italian: bold and tangy Italian dressing with less fat and calories
  • Catalina: a red French-style dressing with a sweet tomato flavor and a touch of garlic
  • Honey Mustard: perfect blend of sweet honey and tangy mustard
  • Thousand Island: rich and robust dressing with tomato flavor and tart pickle relish
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