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EAN-130004100000656   EAN-13 barcode 0004100000656
UPC-A004100000656   UPC-A barcode 004100000656
UPC-E00406516   UPC-E barcode 00406516
Product NameWish-Bone Salad Dressing, Sweet & Spicy French, 16 Ounce
LanguageEnglish
CategoryFood
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B00LWZZ2D2
Model10041321006576
Weight16 ounces    (convert)
BindingGrocery
Published07/18/2014
Features
  • This flavorful red French dressing is filled with the perfect blend of sweet ripe tomatoes and spicy herbs to add a tasty zing to your next salad
  • Flavorful dressing filled with the perfect blend of sweet ripe tomatoes and spicy herbs
  • Adds a tasty zing to your salads
  • No high fructose corn syrup
  • Helps better absorb antioxidants Vitamins A & E from salad
  • A perfect addition to your luscious veggies
Long DescriptionAfter serving his country in World War II, Phillip Sollomi opened a restaurant in his hometown of Kansas City, Missouri. He named the restaurant "The Wish-Bone" after his signature chicken dish, but became famous for his fragrant Italian salad dressing made from his Sicilian family recipe. Today, Wish-Bone is the number one Italian dressing nationwide and the brand delights consumers with a great variety of dressings and marinades. Wish-Bone offers salad lovers dozens of dressings, most recently adding bold-tasting dressings to its line-up including Buffalo Blue Cheese, Chipotle Ranch, Cheddar Bacon Ranch, and Dry Mix Ranch.
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