Annie's Naturals Goddess Dressing
- In the 1920's, the Palace Hotel in San Francisco honored actor George Arliss, who was opening in a play called “The Green Goddess,” with a salad dressing. But Annie's Goddess dressing — a creamy tahini and lemon dressing with chives and parsley — is the real showstopper. Annie's fans describe it as “addictive,” “drinkable,” and “indescribably delicious.” (from Annie's)Claims
- No Artificial Color
- No Preservatives
- Dairy Free
- Contains Soy
- Contains Wheat
*Expeller Pressed Vegetable Oil (*Canola, *Soy, And/Or *Sunflower), Water, *Tahini, *Apple Cider Vinegar, *Soy Sauce (Water, *Soybean, Salt, *Wheat, *Alcohol), *Lemon Juice Concentrate, Sea Salt, *Garlic, *Toasted Sesame Seeds, *Parsley, *Chives, Xanthan Gum.
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