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Hawaiian Hula Papaya Seed Dressing

Original price $ 6.99 - Original price $ 6.99
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$ 6.99
$ 6.99 - $ 6.99
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Whether you are looking for a tangy dressing for your salad or a delicious dip for your fruits or vegetables, our Papaya Seed Salad dressing will not disappoint! We have combined pure Hawaiian cane sugar, fresh onions, garlic powder and spices for a sweet, zesty dressing that is full of flavor. Freshly chopped Hawaiian papaya seeds have been sprinkled into this creamy dressing giving it its distinct peppery taste. For an interesting twist, try using our Papaya Seed Salad dressing as a marinade!
Try the Hawaiian Hula Dressing that started it all! We first concocted our Papaya Seed dressing over 20 years ago and it has remained wildly popular to this day. Once you try our famous Papaya Seed Salad dressing, you will not be able to get enough! Made from premium ingredients by a company you can trust, our dressing is sure to be an instant favorite at your next party or barbecue.



Canola oil, vinegar, Hawaiian cane sugar, water, fresh onions, Hawaiian papaya seeds, salt, garlic powder, spices, xanthan gum.

8 fl oz

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