Learn from these
frequently asked questions.

How do I know if my Ken's Dressings have expired?

All our products have an easy-to-read "Best When Purchased by Date" printed clearly on the bottle's neckband, so you can be sure you're consuming the product at peak freshness. The Two numbers to the left is the day and the two numbers to the right is the year.


What other possible uses exist for my Ken's Dressing?

Primarily used on salads, our dressings are being increasingly used in other areas like:


  • Marinade for meat, fish and poultry (oil-based dressings)
  • Pasta salads
  • Vegetable dip, chicken nuggets dip and on baked potatoes (cream dressings)

We cannot tell you all the possibilities for Ken's products, since your own taste and imagination define the limits! However, there are some suggestions in our Recipes section.


How should I store my Ken's Salad Dressings?

When unopened, store at room temperature in a cool dry place. Once opened, and if you didn't immediately finish-off the entire bottle, store it in your refrigerator.

Please, do not freeze any Ken's products.


My favorite Ken's Dressing is no longer available at my local store, what happened?

Often the local grocery store simply misjudged the demand for a product and stopped ordering enough of it. So give your local store manager an ear-full.

Or, very unlikely, there weren't enough consumers buying this product to support its continued production. Of course, if consumers become interested in any specific variety, we will consider putting it back on the market.

If you would like to buy an entire case of your favorite product you may order it online!


Do Ken's Dressings contain gluten?

If the product is gluten free, the insiginia is located on the front label or above the bar code on the back label. To view the entire list of Ken's products that do NOT contain gluten, click here.


How can I order Ken's Dressings in pouches?

Right now pouches fall under our commercial Food Service business and are not available for retail at this moment. Of course, with enough demand this could change. Quickly.