Buffalo Ranch Dressing & Dip

Buffalo Ranch Dressing & Dip


Buffalo Ranch Dressing & Dip


Tessemae's creamy, herbaceous ranch and tangy, hot buffalo sauce are a match made in heaven. It's no wonder they make your meals taste heavenly.

Sustainable goodness

Tessemae's works with organic, non-GMO farms to source their ingredients and they use 100% recyclable packaging.

  • Certified USDA Organic

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Why we love it

It's time to plan out dinner for the week. You've got chicken and some salad greens that need to be eaten, but your family is sick of the same old same old. Cue: Tessemae's buffalo ranch sauce. It's a salad dressing that doubles as a delicious marinade. Made with all-natural, clean ingredients, you don't have to worry about eating icky preservatives or unpronounceable additives. So go on. make dinner something special in a snap.

How it does good

Clean condiments made for the modern world

Conventional dressings and condiments have a few big issues from questionable ingredient sourcing to unnecessary additives. Tessemae’s was started to be the world’s first clean condiment manufacturer in the world. They work closely with non-GMO and organic farms and source ingredients that are in season to make their delicious dressings.

  • recyclable packaging

    Tessemae's uses dressing bottles, condiment containers, and shipping packages that are 100% recyclable.
  • responsible sourcing

    It's important to Tessemae's that all of their condiments are made with clean, non-GMO ingredients.
  • low carbon footprint

    Tessemae's makes their dressings and condiments when the ingredients they need are in season. This helps cut down on transit and carbon emissions.

How to use it

A delectable marinade or salad dressing, this creamy, tangy condiment is free from icky preservatives.

When you're done...

Bottles and packaging are recyclable in your curbside bin. Lids and plastic freshness seals can go in your TerraCycle bag!

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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