Salad Dressing Trends

Salad Dressing Trends

Oct 07, 2020

Hello all!
I'm William Leslie, the newest member of the Chef Hak's team. Sometimes trends are obvious: like people wanting to eat food made with real ingredients they can pronounce or maybe a little less obvious: people seeking out health benefits in their condiments. That said, having data from a recent Future Market Insights study to back up key decisions is insightful. 
"The global organic salad dressing market size is expected to reach US$ 2434.4 Mn by the end of 2030. According to the recent study by Future Market Insights (FMI), the market will surge at 5.4% CAGR between 2020 and 2030. According to the report, growing consumer demand for food items consisted of natural and organic ingredients and health benefits contribute to increased demand."

“The demand for organic salad dressings has progressed to a point where innovative products with clean-label and lifestyle benefits are likely to make greater strides in addressing health and safety awareness of processed foods. The organic salad dressing label with natural ingredients panel and gluten-free label has seen their sales increase dramatically over the last few years,” said a lead analyst at FMI.
I joined Chef Hak’s because we live out these simple principles:
Making chef-crafted, great tasting food with transparency, integrity, and mindfully sourced ingredients. We prioritize convenience without compromise by helping support a healthier lifestyle.
Chef Hak's new retail line of refrigerated Organic Salad Dressings are the latest example offering lifestyle benefits including: Gluten free, Plant based, Paleo and low sugar options. 
Our salad dressings are chef made with all organic ingredients.
We use organic extra virgin olive oil for our dressings that benefit from a nutty, rich flavor and we use organic sunflower oil for all our dressings that need a more neutral flavor. We do not use any canola, soy or mixed oils as some other organic brands do and we do not use emulsifiers or starches to thicken.
Ask for them at your local grocery store!
-William Leslie 

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