Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Money | By Armando Alvarado

Salad Cream: Brit supermarkets vow to keep calling condiment its rightful name

Salad Cream: Brit supermarkets vow to keep calling condiment its rightful name

"After a century of being a must-have ingredient in lunchboxes and picnic hampers up and down the country, Heinz Salad Cream is still the "Original Tangy Taste" that makes it one of Britain's best-loved sauces", Heinz describes the dressing on their website; it's been around for 104 years, The Telegraph reports.

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Many people who responded to the survey told Heinz they were more likely to use Salad Cream as an alternative to mayonnaise - usually in tuna, ham or cheese sandwiches.

People don't understand how to eat it is the problem according to Heinz's Joel Hughes, who said: "As a market leading business, Kraft Heinz continues to audit its portfolio in order to meet the needs of consumers".

Salad cream - or, rather, sandwich cream - never established quite the same foothold in the us, although it is a healthier alternative to mayo. In 1999, Heinz revealed plans to discontinue Salad Cream, but the condiment was saved from the chop following vocal protests from horrified fans.

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"We pledge to keep Asda Salad Cream named as Asda Salad Cream, it's what the nation wants".

'Sandwich cream? Just because salad cream is not used on salads.

Others pointed out that Salad Cream has a variety of uses. I don't put my tomato sauce on tomatos either.

United Kingdom sales of salad cream fell 5.4 per cent to £28 million in 2017.

In fact, its use on salads is so scarce that the new name will reflect an entirely different use for the sauce.

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