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O’Dang Hummus’ New And Improved Dressings Selling At Publix

O'Dang Hummus dressings

O’Dang Hummus reports that its “new and improved” dressings are now available in the dressing aisle at Publix stores. The new flavors are Roasted Red Pepper, Greek Tzatziki and Honey Mustard.

“This is extremely exciting for O’Dang Hummus to bring our new dressing line to Publix store shelves,” said Jesse Wolfe, founder and CEO of O’Dang Hummus, who appeared on season seven of “Shark Tank.” “Publix is a top-tier partner to carry our O’Dang Hummus salad dressings that are lower in fat and calories—yet full of flavor. Many O’Dang Hummus fans and followers are in the Southeast and, to them, Publix is a hometown grocer that is admired and respected. We are excited for this opportunity and look forward to many years of successful partnership with Publix.”

O’Dang Hummus plant-based dressings are made with U.S.-grown chickpeas as the first ingredient. The dressing line is gluten-free, preservative-free, egg-free and free of high fructose corn syrup. O’Dang Hummus also contains less sodium, less sugar, less fat, non-GMO and 25-45 calories per serving. In addition to the new flavors, the dressing also comes in Caesar, Buffalo Ranch and Ranch flavors.

O’Dang Hummus is a portfolio company of Keen Growth Capital, a venture fund that invests in and develops “early-stage food and wellness companies with meaningful social impact,” particularly in healthy snacking, functional foods and patented science-backed companies. Keen is based in Orlando.

O’Dang Hummus products are sold in 49 states.

Publix operates more than 1,200 stores in the Southeast, in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia.

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