Dressing up dressings

Dressing Up the Dressing Sector

<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt;">The salad dressing industry has matured into an important segment in the overall food industry. Classics such as Caesar, blue cheese, thousand island and Italian dressings were staples in U.S. households and restaurants, but it was Steve Henson&rsquo;s creation of ranch dressing in the 1950s that began America&rsquo;s love affair with dressing. Now, companies are&nbsp;expanding product lines to meet the heightened demand for dressing&nbsp;and&nbsp;to satisfy changing consumer trends, such as the preference for healthier salad dressing options, which opens the playing field for clean-label dressings.</p>

The salad dressing industry has matured into an important segment in the overall food industry. Classics such as Caesar, blue cheese, thousand island and Italian dressings were staples in U.S. households and restaurants, but it was Steve Henson’s creation of ranch dressing in the 1950s that began America’s love affair with dressing. Now, companies are expanding product lines to meet the heightened demand for dressing and to satisfy

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