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Primal Kitchen Launches New Line of Vegan Products

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Primal kitchen recently launched its new line of vegan products including Vegan Mayo Dip & Spread made with Avocado Oil. Primal Kitchen is a young, vibrant, better-for-you brand primarily focused on condiments, sauces, and dressings including mayonnaise, salad dressings, and avocado oil. They have growing product lines in healthy snacks and other categories.

It is a non-GMO project verified pantry staple which is made without canola oil, soybean oil, gluten, grains, or sugar for a certified gluten-gree, Whole30 Approved, and keto-friendly condiment. The plant-based mayo comes in three flavors: Original, Rosemary Garlic, and Jalapeño Lime.

Founder Mark Sisson said:

“Our vegan mayo uses potato protein, a functional ingredient, for emulsification. This unique differentiator makes our line paleo-friendly and Whole30 Approved, without using a legume-based emulsifier like pea protein or chickpea water, there really isn’t another vegan mayo out there that checks all the boxes and has a creamy, uncompromisingly delicious flavor.”

Mark Sisson, is a  New York Times bestselling author, media personality and ex-endurance athlete (5th place USA Marathon Championship, 4th place Hawaii Ironman finish) founded the PRIMAL KITCHEN® brand in 2015. He has been educating the world on nutrition and the benefits of fat and protein for the last decade through his blog, MarksDailyApple.com.

Primal Kitchen delivers on its promise to create uncompromisingly delicious products that are free of dairy, gluten, grains, and soy, and emphasize beneficial fats and high-quality proteins. Primal Kitchen is the maker of the number one selling Condiment, Mayo made with Avocado Oil, and the number one selling Salad Dressing, Ranch Dressing, in natural grocery.

Primal Kitchen’s new avocado oil mayo will be hitting refrigerated shelves at natural independent grocers and Whole Foods Market this month and additional retailers nationwide throughout 2020. The retail price will be around $9.99 for 12 oz.

In January 2019, Kraft Heinz which is one of the largest food and beverage companies and a globally trusted producer of delicious foods, completed the acquisition of Primal Kitchen.

The Kraft Heinz Company provides high quality, great taste, and nutrition for all eating occasions, whether at home, in restaurants, or on the go.

Primal Kitchen joined Kraft Heinz under Springboard, which is Kraft Heinz’s dynamic platform created to partner with founders and brands that will disrupt the food industry. Primal Kitchen and Heinz agreed to operate as an autonomous company and continue to be led by its current leadership team with headquarters remaining in Oxnard, California.

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Damoy Robertson
Damoy Robertson is an entrepreneur and founder of The Vegan Review. Damoy is dedicated to spreading veganism to the masses which he believes will enable people to make better, more informed decisions concerning the way we all interact with animals and our planet.