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About Healthy Salad Dressings | Organic Pharmer

Last night’s Oscars broadcast may have brought out the best dressed in Hollywood, but when it comes to ‘best dressed” we think our organic house-made salad dressings should have a red carpet of their own.


Bottled salad dressings are one of the worst offenders when it comes to hidden processed ingredients. They are filled with added sugars, synthetic thickeners and extra saturated fat and calories. Have you ever looked at the back of the label and seen words like titanium dioxide, monosodium glutamate, sodium benzonate, or modified food starch? These are just a few of the chemical offenders that are potentially harmful to your health, and when poured over your favorite salads and vegetables, they can potentially make your once wholesome meal the nutritional equivalent of a burger and fries!


What makes Organic Pharmer the gold statue of salad dressings?  We are incredibly proud that every element of our dressings - down to the spices - is certified organic.  This ensures that the no pesticides, toxins and other harmful chemicals are coating your crisp, sweet, veggies.

What makes a healthy and delicious salad dressing?  Chef Lee Gross shares his 4 must-have ingredients:

Apple Cider Vinaigrette

Highest quality healthy fats and oils, such as the ones we use in our OP dressings:

- organic, unrefined, extra-virgin olive oil

- raw, organic coconut oil

- organic flaxseed oil

- organic, expeller-pressed sunflower oil

- organic toasted sesame oil

Bright, flavorful vinegars and citrus juices, such as:

- organic, unrefined brown rice vinegar

- raw, organic apple cider vinegar

- organic, kosher wine vinegar

- organic, cold-pressed lemon and lime juices

Aromatic herbs and aliums, such as:

- organic thyme, tarragon, chives, garlic, shallot, ginger, etc.

Good quality, mineral-rich salts, such as

-unrefined sea salt, and pink Himalayan salt

Whole ingredients you can read and trust!

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