Litehouse Introduces New Spoonable Dressing Line, Expands Organic Options
SANDPOINT, ID - Litehouse is upping the ante for organic offerings by putting a convenient spin on its classic creamy dressing flavors with its new Litehouse Organic Spoonables line. With organic takes on traditional dressing flavors like Ranch and Caesar, Litehouse is innovating what it does best and tapping into the growing $50 billion organic industry with its new Certified USDA Organic, Certified Gluten-Free, and non-GMO line set to make organic offerings more accessible for consumers across the country.
“Consumers love the creamy dressings in the Litehouse core line, and we’re excited to expand our organic offerings with beloved flavors like Organic Blue Cheese and Organic Ranch,” Brooke Gansemer, Assistant Brand Manager said. “We know many consumers are seeking an organic alternative for everyday essentials like salad dressing, and our newest line extension will deliver on the great taste and real ingredients that make Litehouse a family favorite.”
While organic dressing options tend to be vinaigrette-style, Litehouse went the opposite direction and developed more traditional, thick and creamy options, similar to those found in the company’s core dressing line. Available in an 11-ounce glass jar, Litehouse Organic Spoonable dressings come in four delicious flavors, including:
- Organic Blue Cheese is made with all organic fresh buttermilk, blue cheese crumbles, and the perfect blend of spices
- Organic Ranch is an organic take on a classic flavor, thick and creamy, with hints of fresh herbs
- Organic Caesar is a robust dressing, made with garlic, parmesan, and just the right amount of salty tang
- Organic Coleslaw is a perfectly sweet and tangy dressing, made extra thick and creamy
According to a press release, the new refrigerated organic dressings are crafted with care by the employee owners of Litehouse and do not contain artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. Look to offer the Litehouse Organic Spoonable dressings in your refrigerated produce department today for a suggested retail price of $4.99 to $5.49.
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