In only the third time in its 18-year history, The Association for Dressings and Sauces awarded both Dressing of the Year and Sauce of the Year to one member, New Jersey-based Chelten House Products. Chelten House’s Orange Miso Dressing and Sweet Chili Korean Style BBQ Sauce were the winning entries.

Beyond this memorable industry moment, product developers operating in the sauces, marinades and dressing category introduced an array of innovative and flavorful offerings in 2018. Here is a quick survey of some of the most notable sauces, marinades and dressing introductions from the past year.

Vindaloo Curry Sauce Made with Moruga Scorpion Pepper
The new sauce is made with fresh onions, garlic and coconut oil

RAGÚ Simply Pasta Sauces
The new sauces contain no added sugar, artificial colors, artificial flavors or high-fructose corn syrup

HERDEZ Brand Taqueria Street Sauces
The sauces are available in a range of heat and flavors for a customizable taco experience

Organic Garlic Aïoli Vegenaise
Organic Garlic Aïoli Vegenaise is free from dairy, cholesterol and gluten

Jersey Tomato Sauce
New varieties include Marinara, Tomato Basil and Spicy

Q&A with Sharone Hakman, Hak's
A chef's perspective on barbecue sauce formulation and taste trends

Moore’s Marinades, Sauces
New sauces and marinades from Moore’s offer a spectrum of flavor

Heinz Real Mayonnaise
Made with high quality ingredients like 100% cage free eggs, Heinz Real Mayonnaise is the newest member of the Heinz family

Primal Kitchen Vegan Ranch Dressing Made With Avocado Oil
Made with avocado oil, this dressing is an allergen-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free

Nature Nate’s Honey-Based Products
Honey company enters new food categories with honey fruit spreads, honey nut butters and honey maple syrup