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Hellmann's 1000 Island Dressing

(Code: HELM1000DRESS)

Product Description

  • Possibly named after the North-American archipelago of 1,864 islands that straddle the US-Canada border in the Saint Lawrence River, Thousand Island is a mayonnaise-based salad dressing with flavours of tomato and roasted red pepper. Similar to a Marie Rose sauce, Thousand Island dressing is equally well-suited to a traditional prawn cocktail starter and is a great addition to a classic American grilled Reuben sandwich. With its flavours of both tomato and mayo, variations on 1000 island are often served as 'special sauce' in chip shops, burger joints and most major fast-food outlets.



Water, rapeseed oil, cider vinegar (cider vinegar, apple must concentrate), honey, roasted red pepper puree (4.5%) (red pepper, water, spirit vinegar, sea salt, cornstarch, sugar), tomato puree (4.5%), cornstarch, free range EGG yolk, mustard (water, MUSTARD seeds, spirit vinegar, salt, flavourings, spices), salt, onion powder, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, lemon juice concentrate, thickener (guar gum).

Nutritional Information

  • For allergens, see ingredients highlighted in bold.
  • May contain sesame.
  • 100% free-range eggs.


After opening, keep refrigerated and use within 1 month.

Produce of


Name and address

  • Unilever UK,
  • Hellmann's,
  • Freepost ADM 3940,
  • London,
  • SW1A 1YR.
  • Unilever Ireland,
  • 20 Riverwalk,
  • Citywest,
  • Dublin 24.

Net Contents

210 e


Typical ValuesPer 100ml UnpreparedPer Serving Unprepared%* per portion**
Energy (kJ)1026 kJ154 kJ2%
Energy (kcal)244 kcal37 kcal0%
Fat (g)21 g3.2 g5%
of which saturates (g)1.7 g0.3 g2%
Carbohydrate (g)12 g1.8 g1%
of which sugars (g)8.7 g1.3 g1%
Fibre (g)<0.5 g<0.5 g0%
Protein (g)0.9 g<0.5 g1%
Salt (g)1.3 g0.2 g3%
1 portion = 15 ml e. (Pack contains 14 portions)---
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