With the aim of producing healthy dressings with interesting flavours and a modest price label, the dressings have proved popular among consumers.
Many of the low-fat salad dressings currently on the market have water as the ingredient listed first on their label, which tells how quality of flavour is often lost due to being diluted.
The people at All Natural Righteous say:
“We believe in making every Righteous product the best it can be; tasting great without artificial ingredients, preservatives or extenders – and with little or no saturated or trans fat.”
- Raspberry & Sweet Basil
- Ginger & Toasted Sesame
- Lemon & Mustard Seed
The Righteous All Natural salad dressings also all contains no preservatives, no artifical colourings, no flavourings, no thickeners, are low in saturated fats and rich in Omega 3.
So the dressings are as good for consumers as the salads they are pouring them on to.
On their website, Righteous lists 3 simple rules that they live by:
1. Each Righteous product must be as good as it can be; tasting great by using only the best ingredients and none of the ‘nasties’.
2. Our labels should be crystal clear and easy to understand so that consumers know exactly what goes into each of our products, and what health benefits they offer.
3. Our products should be as affordable as possible. Health and flavour should not be charged at a premium. We hope to keep our prices reasonable by simplifying our business operations and passing on savings to our customers.
Righteous also now produces Pro Heart Oil. The heart-healthy cooking oil has a mild nutty taste to it and boasts a high smoking point, which means it can withstand extremely high cooking temperatures and prevent the production of trans fats.
Pro Heart Oil also contains less than half the saturated fat and 9 times the Omega 3 of olive oil, corn oil and sunflower oil.
The dressings RRP at around £2.99 and are currently available at Harrods, Selfridges&Co, Harvey Nichols, Partridges and Bentals.
For more information visit their website by clicking here.