Food Comparison

June 1999 Issue

Dressing Up Salads in Fancy Flavors: Label Reading Required

Salad dressings aren't what they used to be. Oh, there's still Thousand Island, French and blue cheese. But mingled among them are new flavor twists like raspberry vinaigrette, Oriental and roasted apple dressings. Not to mention New Age ingredients like tofu, yogurt and organic wine vinegar. Unfortunately, you can't always tell what's in a dressing by its name. For example, Newman's Own Olive Oil & Vinaigrette contains olive oil, but also contains soybean

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