Okay, Wheaton, Illinois. If you’ve experienced the taste sensation of Salad Girl Organic Dressings and love the extraordinary flavor combinations, it’s time to spread the word throughout the Midwest. Tell your family, your friends, your neighbors, your co-workers, anyone who will listen…to give Salad Girl Organic Dressings a try. They won’t be disappointed!
Salad Girl will be passing out samples this weekend at the beautiful Whole Foods Market (WFM) Wheaton – Saturday, January 25th, between 11:00a.m. and 3:00p.m. You’ll be able to enjoy a “Salad on a Stick” starring the delicious Sartori Raspberry BellaVitano cheese and our delectable Salad Girl Organic Salad Dressings.
Whole Foods Market Wheaton is located at 151 Rice Lake Square, 630-588-1500. Stop by Saturday, and take home Salad Girl Organic Dressing’s flavorful, healthy tastes to keep your healthy eating resolution on track!
Visit the Whole Foods Market Deerfield this Thursday, January 23rd, between 11:00a.m. and 3:00p.m. for their Gluten-Free Tasting/Tour, and take home some of our Salad Girl Organic Dressings – all of our varieties are gluten-free.
Try the gluten-free recipe below or check out our other recipes — they are categorized by the variety of dressing the recipe features on the righthand side of our homepage. Make your shopping list, come in for a taste, and take home the makings for a healthy, delectable salad!
Whole Foods Market Deerfield is located at 760 Waukegan Road, Deerfield, IL, 847-444-1900.
Visit the Whole Foods Market (WFM) Downtown Evanston tomorrow — Sunday, January 19th, between 11:00a.m. and 3:00p.m. You’ll find our delightful “Salad on a Stick” samples starring the delicious Sartori Raspberry BellaVitano cheese we’ve been raving about and our delectable Salad Girl Organic Salad Dressings.
The Whole Foods Market Downtown Evanston is located at 1640 Chicago Avenue, 847-733-1600. Stop by Sunday, and take home flavorful, healthy tastes to keep your healthy eating resolution on track!
We are so over-the-top, excited, and ecstatic to have our Salad Girl Organic Dressings at numerous Mariano’s Markets in Chicagoland. We know Salad Girl is on the refrigerated produce shelves of the following Mariano’s: Lakeshore East, Roscoe Village, West Loop, Elmhurst, Frankfort, Harwood Heights, Hoffman Estates, Vernon Hills, and Palatine.
We had a wonderful response to our demo last weekend, January 11th, at the Mariano’s Lakeshore Market, and we are looking forward to demoing at each of the stores listed above as soon as possible — West Loop is scheduled for February 1st, Elmhurst for February 8th, and Palatine for February 22nd…Stay tuned for more locations and dates and make sure to tell your friends! Post a comment if you know another store we need to add to our list! We still have more calls to make.
As we move into 2014, many of us are resolving to get fit and eat healthier. As you shop the produce department, try Salad Girl Organic Dressings to give new life to your salads. If you’re in Ann Arbor, Michigan, stop by the Whole Foods Market Cranbrook this Saturday, January 18th, between 11:00a.m. and 3:00p.m. to savor our dressings on a delectable “Salad on a Stick”.
According to researchers at Purdue University, the nutrients in your salad ingredients (your fruits and veggies) will be better absorbed when paired with a full-fat dressing (like Salad Girl Organic Salad Dressings) as opposed to low-fat or fat-free dressings.
Dressings containing polyunsaturated fats and saturated fats require more grams of fat to absorb the same nutrients as lower amounts of monounsaturated fats. Monounsaturated fat-rich dressings (such as dressings containing canola, olive oil, and the high oleic, organic sunflower oil used in Salad Girl Organic Dressings) provide good absorption of nutrients at a lower fat content making these dressings a good option for those wanting the biggest nutrient “punch” from their salads.
For more information on the study, visit the link below to an article that appeared in Science Daily:
Salad Girl wants to help you stay on track with your New Year resolutions by offering you “Healthy Convenience”. It’s the perfect time to create some delicious, hassle-free salads as we resolve to get fit and eat healthier in 2014. The recipe below is a simple spin on the good, old, traditional Waldorf Salad. It is a shop, chop, grate, drizzle, toss, & serve seasonal salad that you will want to make time and time again. Add grilled chicken to boost the protein, and Viola… you’ve got a meal.
The beautiful illustration on our recipe card was provided by local Minneapolis illustrator and graphic artist Nick Powell, a talented member of our Salad Girl family. Thanks, Nick! We love your art!!!