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Revolutionizing Food Service: US Company Debuts “Industry First” Single-Serve Vegan Condiments

Atlanta-based DYMA Brands announces it will debut its first-ever line of plant-based condiments, including Mayo, Ranch and Hunny Mustard, in single-serve cups and pouches. The company is launching the line at the upcoming National Restaurant Show in Chicago. 

“The future is very bright for plant-based options”

According to DYMA, its new range of vegan condiments and dressings is the first such offering in the single-serve category of food service, and provides a convenient way to make plant-forward menu items, such as fast food burgers, fully plant-based.

Filling the gap

“Over the past few years, plant-based proteins, in the form of burgers or nuggets for example, have become readily available for most operators,” Jenna Adler, director of marketing at DYMA Brands, told VegNews. “However, oftentimes, the accompaniments to the center-of-plate option, including the condiments, have disqualified the offering from being truly vegan.”

Vegan mayonnaise packet for fast food
©DYMA Brands

The company states the new range was created to help fill this gap. “DYMA felt it was important to make vegan condiments available to more consumers, so that they have options when they are dining in, taking out, or ordering delivery,” Adler shared. “We are excited to provide a solution to all end users, whether they are vegan, flexitarian, or simply interested in better-for-you great tasting options.” 

Transforming the industry

Indeed, while plant-based burgers have expanded at an impressive clip in food service, dairy- and egg-free condiments have not kept pace. Recently, popular burger chain Shake Shack introduced its first fully vegan patty, but disappointed many fans when it revealed the burger’s signature sauce (and bun) contained animal products. 

DYMA Brands is making vegan condiments for food service
©DYMA Brands

By launching its plant-based condiments at the NRA show, DYMA hopes to spark needed change in the industry. As a custom solutions company, DYMA notes it can work with operators to develop additional vegan condiments and sauces.

 “The future is very bright for plant-based options, especially when they taste as great as ours do,” said Adler. 

DYMA Brands will showcase its products at Booth 9622, May 20-23 at the National Restaurant Show.

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