Saladshots launches new salad dressings, packaged in pouches with reclosable tops, allowing products to stand out on shelves; consumers can open pouch by twisting off top or tearing package open for dipping veggies
June 16, 2014
(Industry Intelligence Inc.)
– California-based Saladshots is introducing a new line of salad dressings, which comes in colorful flexible, resealable pouches, Food Production Daily reported June 13.
The sustainable packaging for the Saladshots allows the product to stand out among other salad dressings on store shelves. Even though such packaging have been around for a while now, Saladshots is the first salad dressing pouch a with resealable closure.
The releasale closures allows consumers to choose how much dressing they’d like to use, and they also have the option to open the pouches by twisting off the recloseable top, or tearing the package apart to make dipping veggies easier, according to Food Production Daily.
The dressings are part of an effort in raising awareness about vegetables and the healthy benefits of eating them.
They come in a variety of flavors, all inspired by numerous fatty and sugary foods many Americans enjoy, including Chocolate Chip--which is a low fat chocolate cranberry balsamic dressing--and Mac n’ Cheese, a reduced-fat cheese ranch dressing, according to Food Production Daily.
The primary source of this article is Food Production Daily, Montpellier, France, on June 13, 2014. Click here to read the primary source's full version of the article.