Have you found our new varieties in your local Woolworths? Our customer Cameron did. Cameron - thanks for sending us your photo from a Woolworths in Darwin. We'd love to see a photo of you holding our new varieties - upload into the 'comments' section below.
Have you met the Tassie Devils based at ZooDoo Wildlife Park, Red and Kelly? Named after Red Kellys Tasmania, $1 of each dressing bottle sold at ZooDoo Wildlife Park (Tasmania) is donated to the Devils in Danger Foundation Inc, a not-for-profit organisation working to raise awareness of the plight of the Tasmania Devil. Changing the world one salad dressing bottle at a time!
His wife made this awesome, delicious, simple salad that just had to be shared! Slightly softened broccoli and cauliflower, crispy pancetta and plenty of Red Kelly's Tas Romano Chive dressing!
It has been a BIG year for Red Kellys Tasmania - new branding/packaging; new owners; the introduction of new (gluten free!) dressing varieties; a new (named) truck (!!); support of the Devils in Danger Foundation and the McGarth Foundation...the list goes on! Thanks so much for your continued support - We could not successfully be the only Australian owned and made salad dressing company stocked in the major supermarkets and select retail outlets without your support.
Breaking news - Red Kellys Tasmania's dressing is featured on a cooking TV show! Can anyone guess what the chef will be making? Hint: Creamy Caesar dressing will be a primary ingredient! You'll find out on December 20 when the show goes live - we'll send you the link as soon as we can.
Are you heading to Taste of Tasmania at the end of December/early January, one of the state's biggest and most exciting food events of the year? Entry is free except for New Years Eve. Red Kellys Tasmania is proud to have its headquarters in Hobart, the home of this fabulous and highly anticipated event!
Who eats at Davies Grand Central in Launceton, Tas? Our friends there recently tweeted a picture of their spinach and beetroot salad drizzled in Red Kellys Tasmania's Lemon Myrtle dressing. Divine! Did you try some? Follow us on Twitter for more updates: www.twitter.com/redkellys
A few loyal customers have asked us why Red Kellys Tasmania dressings no longer have the Heart Foundation tick. We haven't changed our recipes or processes so should still meet the criteria for Heart Foundation tick - we simply decided the annual certification fee was better spend elsewhere like supporting the Devils in Danger Foundation and the McGarth Foundation
Just another day at the 'office.' The Red Kellys Tasmania team delight in cruising around Tasmania to deliver their yummy dressings. This was the view from Leo's car window last week - it is a shot of Mt Farrell poking out of the morning mist at Tullah. Silver was discovered in this location around 1900.
Who else stares adoringly at their Red Kellys Tasmania dressing bottle? One of our customers and Twitter followers Anna does - she tweeted us a photo of herself cooking up a storm in the kitchen with her tasty Red Kellys Tasmania dressing by her side!
Just hanging with Prime Minister Tony Abbott - This is what happens when you're the only Australian made family owned dressing company stocked nationally in major supermarket chains (also available in selected independent retail outlets)! Just yesterday, Red Kellys Tasmania's Managing Director, Leo Miller met with PM Tony Abbott at the Flavours of Tasmania event organised by Senator Eric Abetz at Parliament House in Canberra.
McGrath Foundation High Tea We are very proud that proceeds from the sale of our dressings support the McGrath Foundations's aim of providing 150 breast care nurses across Australia. Here are a few of our team members and competition winners at the McGrath Foundation High Tea in Hobart just the other day. Gotta love the many varieties of pink on display - they all match perfectly with Red Kellys Tasmania's Pepperberry dressing!