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Sabra Offering Limited-Edition Salsa Verde Hummus

Sabra Salsa Verde

Sabra Dipping Co. in White Plains, New York, is offering Salsa Verde Hummus for a limited time.

Inspired by traditional flavors of Mexico, the new Salsa Verde Hummus includes Sabra’s Classic Hummus topped with roasted tomatillos, jalapenos, cilantro and lime.

“We’re really excited to bring the Salsa Verde Hummus to market,” said Grant Cowherd, brand manager.  “The combination of Sabra’s Hummus and salsa verde is extremely delicious. The flavor experience is different than anything else in our product line, and we are confident that consumers will love it, too.”

Available in a 10-ounce size, Salsa Verde Hummus is vegan, non-GMO Project Verified and certified kosher. It is available in grocery stores and supermarkets nationwide; SRP $4.29.

Founded in 1986 in Queens, Sabra Dipping Co. produces refrigerated dips and spreads and offers a variety of flavors of hummus and guacamole.

The hummus is made with fresh chickpeas, tahini, a touch of garlic and all the flavor of plant-based ingredients. The chickpeas used in the hummus are grown by family farmers in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. With more than a dozen varieties of hummus, the company’s range includes items that are non-GMO, vegetarian, organic, gluten-free, kosher and vegan and can be found nationwide in club stores, supermarkets, specialty retailers, through food service and at online retailers.

Sabra in 2016 introduced “Plants with a Purpose,” an initiative aimed at reducing the impact of food deserts through improved education and access to fresh produce in underserved neighborhoods.

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Kristen Brissette

Kristen lives on Cape Cod and enjoys working in the food industry. She loves attending food shows and meeting others in the field.


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  • I really enjoy hummus and now can have an authentic flavor I grew up with in something I eat almost daily without having to buy a hispanic product….Kudos Sabra!

  • Your salsa Verde hummus is delicious. Why isn’t this flavor advertised? You need to get the word out there. Don’t stop making it.

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