Litehouse's Green Garden Brand Debuts Line of Plant-Based Dressings, Dips, and Mayos
SANDPOINT, ID - Having not eaten meat in over five years, I’ve decided it’s about time to extend my plant-based practices to other areas of the plate. Between meatless Mondays and flexitarian influencers, shoppers are becoming more and more open to a plant-based diet. Litehouse brand Green Garden is already ahead of this consumer shift and recently launched a new line of non-GMO dressings, dips, and mayos that are entirely plant-based.
“IRI data shows that plant-based foods are in over half of U.S. households, so we know people are interested in making more plant-based choices throughout the day,” said Krystle Turnbull, Product Manager. “Our goal is to develop delicious plant-based products that consumers can enjoy every day. The new line of dips, dressings, and mayos are rooted in flavor and give people more options to choose from, regardless of where they are on their plant-based journey, and without compromising on taste.”
The new dressing and mayo packaging includes blockchain technology with a scannable QR code providing consumers access to additional product details, including when, where, and which batch lot each dressing and mayo is from.
The new products feature no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives and contain 0 g added sugar. They are available in the following varieties:
- Plant-based dressings: Ranch, Caesar, Green Goddess, Avocado Ranch, Blue Cheese, and Cilantro Jalapeño in an 8 oz bottle
- Plant-based dips: Ranch, Toasted Onion, Avocado, and Spinach in a 10 oz tub
- Plant-based mayos: Regular and Garlic in a 12 oz jar
A press release explained that Green Garden is also committed to giving back to the community. Five percent of annual net income of the dressings, dips, and mayos will support planet-focused youth initiatives to educate young adults on ways to be stewards of their communities and planet through activities like cleaning parks and planting trees.
Be sure to have your plant-based sets fully stocked as consumers continue to open their wallets in search of a healthier lifestyle.