Laura Scudder's Announces Two New Salad Dressings and Seasoning Mixes Featuring Unique Toasted Onion and Green Onion Flavors

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A Trusted Name in the Snack Food Industry Since 1926, Laura Scudder's Offers These Tasty New Dressings and Mixes

Toasted Onion and Green Onion Flavors

We are delighted to be bringing these unusual flavors to the powdered salad dressing and seasoning mix market.

Laura Scudder’s, one of the nation’s most trusted brands, has announced two new salad dressing and seasoning mixes featuring unique onion flavors that will be available for distribution to the grocery and warehouse channels in the fourth quarter of 2013. Founded in 1926, the Laura Scudder's Company uses only the finest ingredients in its premium food products that has made the brand a household name, including the potato chips, dry dip mixes, dips and salsa and cheese snacks.

“We are delighted to be bringing these unusual flavors to the powdered salad dressing and seasoning mix market and excited to have Laura Scudder’s products on the salad dressing aisle for the first time,” said Owner/Managing Member Michael Gallegos of The Laura Scudder's Company, LLC.

Whether perfectly complementing salads and fruit in a summer time vinaigrette, or adding zest to burgers, meatloaf and potatoes, Laura Scudder’s new Toasted Onion Salad Dressing and Seasoning Mix is sure to become a household favorite. Consumers looking for the mild but unmistakable flavor of green onions on salads, vegetables and snacks can satisfy their craving with Laura Scudder’s new Green Onion Salad Dressing and Seasoning Mix.

Onion aficionados can elevate a light and creamy buttermilk dressing to new heights of savor with a hint of Laura Scudder’s Green Onion flavor. Or they can try this new seasoning mix to add some zing to popcorn, potato salad, burgers and more. The ingredients are blended in the U.S.

Designed for showcasing on salad dressing aisles, the new offerings will be sold in convenient colorful multiple packs each featuring six two-pack boxes containing two one-ounce envelopes that feature recipes on the back. Thirty-count shippers will also be available. The suggested retail price is from $2.79 to $2.89 per two-pack box.

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