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Food Hidden Valley Ranch Is Launching New Ready-to-Eat Chicken Salads and Dips in 2020

20:35  05 december  2019
20:35  05 december  2019 Source:   bestproducts.com

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In addition to dousing your food in Hidden Valley Ranch, you’ll be able to eat the dressing in new forms! The brand has partnered with Duke Brands, to create ready-to-eat chicken salads and dips.

a plastic container: Hidden Valley Ranch has partnered with Duke Brands to create ready-to-eat chicken salads and dips. The hot or cold offerings will hit stores in 2020.© Duke Brands Hidden Valley Ranch has partnered with Duke Brands to create ready-to-eat chicken salads and dips. The hot or cold offerings will hit stores in 2020.

The new offerings include two chicken salads — classic ranch and bacon, cheddar, and ranch — that are made with white meat chicken. It looks like it can be eaten on its own or between bread for a quick lunch option. There are also four new dips — buffalo ranch chicken, bacon cheddar ranch, Southwestern ranch bean and cheese, and ranch-seasoned spinach artichoke dip. Yes, ranch-seasoned spinach artichoke dip. Grab the chips!

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The chicken salads’ and dips’ packaging is safe to heat up, or you can eat it cold. All of the items will be available in 2020 in the refrigerated fresh sections of grocery and club stores. Each 12-ounce container will have a suggested retail price of $5.99.

“We have been working with the team at Hidden Valley Food for the past couple years to develop these products,” Andrew Smart, chief executive officer of Duke Brands, said in a press release. “Together, we have created this delicious line of dips and chicken salads that expands the Hidden Valley Ranch brand further into fresh grocery.”

If you can’t wait for the new chicken salads and dips (we know, we can’t either), there are Hidden Valley Ranch dips in different varieties. The Classic Ranch, Buffalo Ranch, and Bacon Ranch dips seem to be less chunky than these soon-to-be released versions, but it’ll give you that ranch taste you keep coming back for!

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Related video: Hidden Valley is selling a Christmas stocking filled with 52 ounces of ranch dressing [via Food & Wine]


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