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Low FODMAP French Dressing | No Garlic or Onion | Fody Foods – FODY Food Co. - Canada

Low FODMAP French Dressing
New & Improved


NEW & IMPROVED Salad Dressings!

At Fody, we are committed to providing options that are Low FODMAP safe, made with clean and high quality ingredients, and that taste delicious.

Our new salad dressing formulas feature extra virgin olive oil, expeller-pressed sunflower oil, Himalayan pink sea salt, and raw organic cane sugar (among other delicious and clean ingredients). 

This creamy and zesty Low FODMAP French dressing is packed with flavor! It is gluten-free and lactose-free, and contains no onion or garlic. Drizzle it over a salad, or use it as a dip for your fries!

Stock your pantry with some of our other Low FODMAP salad dressing flavours!

One serving of this product has been tested and certified Low FODMAP by Monash University.


Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
French Dressing - very tasty!

This dressing has a very good flavor and I will definitely buy again. Though it is somewhat different in flavor than the other french dressings I've had, it was very good.


This is a very tasty dressing - French is one of my favorites before I was diagnosed with IBS. It has a lot of favor - and a big thanks to Fody for making these dressings - I was getting sick of oil and vinegar - now I only need to order that when we are out to dinner. Summer time is salad time and I've purchased all the dressings (except Ceasar which I don't like to start with). I am very satisfied with the dressings and want to try to cook chicken with the garden herb. I too, miss the Thousand Island - luckily I still have two in my pantry.


This dressing was everything I had imagined. I will try some of your other products


I tried your dressing and I like it very much I will probably be ordering some new types of dressing in the future keep up the good work I will look at some of your other products thank you very much

Much Improved

I sweeten most of the dressings to better approximate conventional dressings. That said, the French is much improved and has the tang it needed. not quite as thick and 'creamy' as it should be though.