GARDEN HERBS Salad Dressing


9.90€* 1l = 4,63

Inclusive VAT, excluding delivery costs

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6.90€* 1l = 7,26

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lactose free



gluten free



Ohne Palmfett
Der Isomaltuloseeffekt
With isomaltulose effect
Keeps the blood sugar level balanced.
Enters the bloodstream slower
Mit Herz
Naturally in Balance!
Without added sugar,
flour and starch.

Fresh herb garden

How nice it is to have your own herb garden on a balcony or behind the house. For everyone out there who’s not so lucky however, we bring a fresh herbal dressing right into your kitchen. And because we have given you our promise to keep things balanced, we don’t just use the best that Mother Nature has to offer in terms of herbs, we also keep things consistently optimised for the metabolic process by using beneficial isomaltulose. Which is good news for you! Simply mix GARDEN HERBS Salad Dressing with oil and water, savour your fresh, crisp salad and enjoy, knowing you’re staying balanced. It’s healthy, easy and yum!

Available in a 270 g jar or in a set of ten conveniently portioned sachets for when on-the-go.


  • Mix 1 tablespoon (approx. 12 g) or a single-serving sachet with two tablespoons (approx. 30 ml) of GEFROs Omega-3 Cooking Oil and four tablespoons (approx. 60 ml) of water, pour on the salad and enjoy!

No genetic

No colouring and

No artificial

hydrogenated fats

The isomaltulose effect

All GEFRO Balance products strictly forgo the use of normal crystal sugar (so called sucrose), flour and starch. Isomaltulose, which we use instead of crystal sugar, enters the bloodstream noticeably slower than sugar. The blood sugar level rises less harshly and also falls less severely than after consuming normal sugary foods. Thus, the metabolism runs noticeably more balanced. The body can use the available energy for longer, concentration improves and the typical fatigue signs of the “lunchtime lull” generally disappear. Find out more…