Our dressings are found in the produce department, in the refrigerated set. Head over to our product locator and type in your zip code to find the store nearest you that carries the flavor you are looking for. If you cannot find it, please make a special request from your local grocery store and contact our consumer services so we can advise our sales team. Your voice does count!
What happened to Litehouse cider?
We are currently not producing cider. Manufacturing challenges kept us from being able to consistently and reliably deliver our cider to our customers, so we had to make the hard decision to stop offering cider at this time. We’ll be sure to let you know of future developments.
What happened to OPA?
We’ve made updates to this line of products. We are confident that if you liked Opa dressings you will love our new Purely Balanced dressings. All of these dressings are 45 calories per serving with 0g of added sugar, with the thickness and creaminess you've come to love. Watch your retailer for these new dressings and give them a try! Learn more about Purely Balanced Products here.
If you're looking for Opadipidty dips we are still selling Ranch and Cucumber Dill at select retailers.
When can I find Litehouse Caramel in stores?
Litehouse Caramel can be found in the produce department primarily during the Fall season. You can find our Old Fashioned Caramel during the August-December season. Watch for our Pumpkin Spice Caramel which is a Limited Time Offering in September and October.
Do your products need to be refrigerated? How long can they be left out?
Since our dressings and cheese are not made with preservatives, constant refrigeration is required. Our herbs and caramel do not require refrigeration. Each label will indicate refrigeration requirements.
Can you freeze Litehouse products?
Our dressings and dips are not freeze thaw stable. There is no food safety risk involved with freezing, but the products will separate during freezing and not mix together the way they were when first purchased. Even if the product is still safe to consume, it would not have the flavor profile that we would like you to experience. We do not recommend freezing our dressings and dips.
Where are the Product Codes located?
Litehouse Dressing product codes are on the top of the lid.
Purely Balanced product codes are located under the UPC barcode.
Dip product codes are printed on the side of the tub near the top rim.
Herb product codes are printed on the blue band that holds the lid to the jar.
What does the date on the package mean? Is the product good after that date?
The date on our packaging is a best by date. Our products, if stored properly, will be of good quality and safe through the best by date on the package. This is true if the package has been opened or not.
Where is the expiration date on your Freeze Dried Herbs?
You can find the expiration date for our herbs stamped onto the neck of the bottle (also known as a retention leash).
How do I open the herb jars?
Pull the tab around the neck of the jar so that a thin strip of the lid comes off and you release the seal. Then, flip open the cap.
How do I use your Freeze Dried Herbs?
There are so many uses for our Freeze Dried Herbs! Use just as you would fresh herbs - sprinkle them on a dish as a garnish, use in soups and stews, saute in oil, add to rubs and marinades, all without the hassle of chopping or any waste.
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Are you hiring?
Yes! To learn more and apply, visit our Careers page.
How did you get the name Litehouse? Did you spell it wrong?
In 1958 the Hawkins family purchased Hurschell’s Lighthouse Restaurant in the small lakeside town of Hope, Idaho. As a point of difference, they renamed it The Litehouse. Back then, there were no LITE products. The salad dressing industry first introduced lite and fat free products in the late 1980’s due to consumer trends and demand.
Do you give tours?
We sure do… virtual tours that is. Litehouse has 6 facilities located in Sandpoint, Idaho – Lowell, Michigan – Hurricane, Utah, where we make our cheese, dairy products, dressings, dips and sauces. Click here for a peek at how our award winning artisan blue cheese is handcrafted.