Kraft Seven Seas Green Goddess Dressing, 16-Ounce Plastic Bottles (Pack of 6)
- Pack of six, 16-ounces (total of 96-ounces)
- No artificial preservatives
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Soybean Oil, Water, Vinegar, Sugar, Dried Sour Cream (Cream, Cultured Skim Milk, Culture), Salt, Contains less than 2% of Garlic, Xanthan Gum, Natural Flavor, Onion Juice, Spice, Polysorbate 60, Sorbic Acid and Calcium Disodium Edta As Preservatives, Mustard Flour, Yellow 5, Blue 1.
Twist to open. Shake well. Refrigerate after opening.
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Top Customer Reviews
Kraft has introduced a "Kraftified" version of this old favorite; it is made of quite a number of modern ingredients that were not in the old stuff and there are no anchovies, either. They missed the boat on this one. The execution of the product is up to Kraft's usual high standards, however.
It tastes sort of like what it is: a modern copy of an old recipe and it does not have the pizazz that the old one had. I bought the six bottles on this offer and will likely give them away at a church pantry and make my own.
They absolutely changed the recipe on this. I also believe that they changed it even further within the last three years or so.
The first time I found a bottle of this, I enjoyed it, but it didn't taste as I had remembered. I purchased it again a second time, and the second time it tasted even more differently than the first bottle. (much tangier).
So I bought it again, BUT I kept the second bottle label of ingredients. I compared the second bottle ingredients to the third and there it was, they had changed the ingredients ever so slightly to show that vinegar was one of the first four ingredients. Before this, vinegar was farther down on the list. I don't have the bottles anymore, but I remember feeling vindicated in that it was NOT my imagination, but that they had changed the recipe indeed, and continued to do so.
Sadly, they are probably trying to save money by using more of a less expensive ingredient, (vinegar) but still trying to keep the flavor. Well, it is not working-we remember!
UPDATE: Sept 2013: I just bought a 6-pack and they changed the recipe again! It is WAAAY BETTER! I think they put more sugar in it, as it is not as bitter! Good Going KRAFT!
I generally don't care for the creamy ones, but this one looked interesting. It's not my favorite, but I'm glad I tried it. The sour cream it's made of along with the vinegar and mustard flour gave it some nice, unique flavor without being strongly spiced. Looking for a change from Ranch dressing? I'd recommend trying Green Goddess. I would include it as an offering for guests. For me, if I'm using a creamy dressing, both the salad and the dressing have to be quite cold. (Usually I like fresh salad at room temp).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This dressing is creamy and tastes good. Coats salad nicely, though I prefer it as a dip for vegetables. Good pricePublished 2 days ago by davisfarms
Im 38 and Ive never ever heard of this so i thought id try it. SO my review is based on a 1 time new impression. I used it a dipping sauce for my french fries. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Tastes exactly like ranch. Maybe a LITTLE tangier but not much. The ingredients label also has 0 veggies listed. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Christina
It completely lacks the snappy taste of the old Green Goddess. I donated 5 out of 6 bottles to a local food bank and researched recipes to make it from scratch in the future.Published 11 months ago by S. V. Drummond
Okay, but unfortunately not as good as I remembered it used to be.Published 11 months ago by Deborah L. Hemstock