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Sunny Herbed Kit

Sunny Herbed Kit

This sunny salad will have you smiling at any time of year with creamy swiss cheese and crunchy sunflower seeds. 

What’s inside:Romaine Lettuce, Red Cabbage, Carrots, Swiss Cheese, Sunflower Seeds, Herb Seasoned Croutons.
Nutrition Information
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 2.5 cups (100g)
Serving Per Container 3.5
Amount Per Serving
Calories 170
% Daily Value*
Total Fat13g17%
Saturated Fat2g10%
Cholesterol5mg2%
Sodium320mg14%
Total Carbohydrate12g4%
Dietary Fiber2g7%
Sugars5g
Protein4g
 
Calcium84mg6%
Iron1mg6%
Potassium201mg4%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ingredients:

VEGETABLES: ROMAINE LETTUCE, CARROTS, RED CABBAGE; DRESSING: CANOLA OIL, WATER, WHITE BALSAMIC VINEGAR, SUGAR, SALT, SPICES, DEXTROSE, DRIED GARLIC, XANTHAN GUM, DRIED ONION, DRIED BELL PEPPER, NATURAL FLAVORS, MODIFIED CORN STARCH; SWISS CHEESE: SWISS CHEESE (PASTEURIZED MILK, CHEESE CULTURE, SALT, ENZYMES), POWDERED CELLULOSE (TO PREVENT CAKING), NATAMYCIN (A NATURAL MOLD INHIBITOR); CROUTONS: ENRICHED FLOUR (WHEAT FLOUR, NIACIN REDUCED IRON, THIAMINE MONONITRATE, RIBOFLAVIN, FOLIC ACID), HIGH OLEIC CANOLA OIL, SUGAR, SEASONING BLEND (WHEY, GARLIC POWDER, SALT, ROMANO CHEESE MADE FROM COW'S MILK [(PASTEURIZED PART SKIM MILK, CHEESE CULTURE, SALT, ENZYMES), DISODIUM PHOSPHATE, LACTIC ACID], PARSLEY, ONION, POWDER, NATURAL FLAVORS, SPICES, CITRIC ACID, DISODIUM INOSINATE, DISODIUM GUANYLATE, SILICON DIOXIDE), SALT, CONTAINS LESS THAN 2% OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING: YEAST, DRIED YEAST, ENZYMES; SUNFLOWER SEEDS: SUNFLOWER KERNEL, SUNFLOWER OIL

Allergen Information
Allergen Information
Product contains:
  • Milk
  • Wheat
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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.