Salsa! Ensalada™ Salad Kit
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Salsa! Ensalada Salad Kit

Salsa! Ensalada is a sensational combination of iceberg and romaine lettuces topped with Mexican seasoned cheeses, tortilla strips and spicy ranch dressing. It’s a fiesta of a salad in just seconds.

What’s inside:Iceberg Lettuce, Romaine Lettuce, Mexican Seasoned Cheeses, Yellow & Blue Tortilla Strips, Spicy Ranch Dressing.
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Product contains:
  • Milk
  • Wheat
 (4 Reviews)
Average Rating 5 out of 5
Coleen S.
Jun 25, 2017 (3 months 3 weeks ago)
Love this! Perks up a boring salad
The dressing is more sweet and zesty rather than a spicy hot. I added chicken and avocado. It was so good and made a great meal.
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Alexandra M.
Sep 28, 2017 (2 weeks 5 days ago)
My favorite!
Love this salad but my Publix was out the other day and said it had been discontinued. I think I shed a tear. Tell me it isn't true?!?!
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Dorothy W.
Oct 01, 2017 (2 weeks 2 days ago)
Same here... They told me today it was discontinued. It was my favorite kind and there is nothing similar that publix offers. Very sad
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Kristin W.
Jul 12, 2017 (3 months 1 week ago)
Favorite bagged salad ever!
This one is by far my favorite- a little tenth ranch, with cheese and a little crunch with the tortillas. I was pleasantly surprised when I looked at the nutrition info as well. I fell in love with this salad kit years ago and then it stopped being carried. However my Publix just started carrying it and I continue to buy all that they have every time I go. It is delish!
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“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.