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Carrie--Those look really good! I love that they don't use gluten in anything. Thanks :)

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That is sooo cool! Thanks!

Although I continue to have Ranch with Kraft, I have soooo missed my Caesar salads. Now there is a Caesar dressing I can have! Yippee!!!!

Hugs.

Karen

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I have been eating those for the past couple of months. They are so good.

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The ranch flavour is very good. I am also glad that all the flavours are gluten and dairy free because then I don't have to worry about cross contamination.

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can we get this in the USA

judy in philly

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can we get this in the USA

judy in philly

Hey Judy, found this in the FAQ on the website:

Availability

I am in the US and can’t find one of your products at the supermarket. Can you help?

At present, certain Renée’s Gourmet products are available at selected US stores only. We are currently working to get more Renée’s Gourmet products listed in more areas of the US. Please email us at cservice@renees.com or call 1-888-4RENEES for more updated availability information for your area.

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I have been eating those for the past couple of months. They are so good.

Where do you get them? I've never seen them, and I have never had ranch dressing in my life (b/c of dairy), I can't do this caesar cause of the fish oil, but i'd love to try ranch!!!

Thanks for posting Carrie!

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Sasha try Safeway or Sobeys (IGA). Look in the produce section, though. They are refrigerated before use as well as after. They won't be with Kraft or on the salad dressing aisle.

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They are usually on a shelf right smack dab in the middle of the lettuce section. I pick them up for my daughter (the little individual packets) when I get her a pre-packaged salad (on my lazy days when I don't feel like making something for her lunch the next day!)

Karen

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I've had the Pomegrante one and it's really tasty! We got those in awhile ago here and they are delicious.

Another one is Nasoya brands... They are gluten-free and cf, too.

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Hey Judy, found this in the FAQ on the website:

Availability

I am in the US and can’t find one of your products at the supermarket. Can you help?

At present, certain Renée’s Gourmet products are available at selected US stores only. We are currently working to get more Renée’s Gourmet products listed in more areas of the US. Please email us at cservice@renees.com or call 1-888-4RENEES for more updated availability information for your area.

THANKS..I TRIED THAT LINK QUITE A FEW TIMES BUT MAYBE NOT CONNECTED TO US AND WANT US TO CALL THANKS FOR THE NUMBER.

JUDY

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Where do you get them? I've never seen them, and I have never had ranch dressing in my life (b/c of dairy), I can't do this caesar cause of the fish oil, but i'd love to try ranch!!!

Thanks for posting Carrie!

I got the salad dressing at Sobey's. Do you have a Sobey's in your area? If not, Zares may sell them. Try and look in the larger stores. I find that the smaller grocery stores are less likely to sell special products.

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Where do you get them? I've never seen them, and I have never had ranch dressing in my life (b/c of dairy), I can't do this caesar cause of the fish oil, but i'd love to try ranch!!!

Thanks for posting Carrie!

Calgary Trail & 34th Save-On Foods has the best selection. I've seen a few at Safeway and Superstore. I don't shop at Sobeys because they usually have nothing for my Gluten-free Casein-free needs, but they may have them.

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So I went to the Save-on-Foods (on 34th, only place I found them after I'd check the sobeys and safeway by me) and got the Ranch. It was soooo not what I thought Ranch would ever taste like. It's funny that for 19years I've been watching people eat it and through their descriptions (I live vicariously through peoples descriptions haha) had concocted an entirely different tasting thing. But, I liked it all the same. Thanks again Carrie for posting and thanks Felidae for telling me where to find it.

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I'm gald that you liked the ranch flavour! Their ranch is a mild compared to the ranch dressings that I have had before.

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