Pear Gorgonzola Salad Kit™
 (9)

Pear Gorgonzola Salad Kit

Tender baby lettuces and sweet dried pears, frosted almonds and an amazing pear gorgonzola vinaigrette. Have a taste of this sophisticated Pear Gorgonzola salad today.

What’s inside:Romaine Lettuces, Green Leaf Lettuce And Red Leaf Lettuce, Lolla Rosa, Green Tango Lettuce, Green Oak Leaf Lettuce And Red Oak Leaf Lettuce, Arugula, Mizuna, Tatsoi, Baby Spinach, Radicchio, Dried Pears, Frosted Almonds, And Pear Gorgonzola Vinaigrette, Ingredients May Vary.
Allergen Information
Allergen Information
Product contains:
  • Almonds
  • Milk
 (4 Reviews)
Average Rating 5 out of 5
William T.
Jun 01, 2017 (1 month 3 weeks ago)
My Favorite Salad
This is a great salad kit, but hard to find.
Helpful?
Comments  (1)
Sharon F.
Jul 06, 2017 (2 weeks 3 days ago)
I've never been able to get my husband to eat salads. He LOVES this salad and would eat it several times a week. SF
Helpful?
Add a Comment

Tell Us About You:

Jennifer F.
May 22, 2017 (2 months 2 days ago)
AWESOME!!!
I'm not a fan of salads but this salad is on the top of my list every week when I go to the grocery store. The dressing is lightly sweet but not overpowering. The frosted almonds give it just the right amount of crunch. I definitely recommend giving it a try!
Helpful?
Comments  (0)
Add a Comment

Tell Us About You:

Erika A.
Jun 29, 2017 (3 weeks 3 days ago)
I love this salad
Its sweet and sour, Very yummy,, i buy it in publix, Even my boyfriend who does not like salads, Love this one ,, My favorite
Helpful?
Comments  (0)
Add a Comment

Tell Us About You:

Load More Reviews

Put an Egg on It

It’s a myth that egg yolk is filled with “bad” cholesterol. Actually, one large egg contains important nutrients like vitamin D, riboflavin, phosphorous and selenium.

Facebook Fresh
7/10/17
Fresh Fact
Our facts are so fresh, they’re worth spreading in more ways than one!
Fresh Fact
4

“Iceberg Lettuce” was a thing

Our thing! Back in the 1930s, our founder, Bruce Church started shipping fresh heads of lettuce across the country in ice-packed rail cars. People started calling it “iceberg lettuce” and the name stuck.