There are people that love mayo and then there are those other people. I’m actually in a third category. I like mayo in just the right amount. I think it enhances salads and pastas and it takes sandwiches to the next level. Getting the perfect layer of mayo is always a struggle though. Inevitably I grab the mayo from the fridge and there’s hardly any left. That’s when the condiment dance begins. You know what I mean, turning the bottle or jar upside down and tapping, shaking, and shimmying it until you get what you need. Sometimes when that doesn’t work you have to employ other tactics like finding a knife or spoon long enough to get to the sides and bottom, usually ending up with more mayo on your hands than your lunch or dinner.
Hellman’s/Best Foods has heard of mayo struggles and announced their new squeeze bottle technology. With the new bottle, you’ll be doing less shaking and banging, enjoying the same great taste of mayonnaise you know and love. You’ll be able to squeeze the perfect amount without wasting any. Trust me, this is a plus. I’m scared to count how many times mayo has gone flying with other squeeze bottles – onto the counter, my shirt, even my hair. While I’ve heard mayonnaise is a great conditioner, there’s a time and place for that and it’s not while I’m trying to feed my family. The new bottle features a clean lock cap for less mess as well as an angled precision tip for more control.
Hellmann’s Mayonnaise New Bottle
Visit the Hellmann’s Best Foods at Walmart site to virtually play with your food. Use their fun game to create a note in mayo to brighten up somebody’s day. Select a background, type of mayo and sandwich, and a phrase for a personalized creation. Share it with loved ones and get a $.75 off coupon. I even took some time to create an actual message with mayo. I made Honey a sandwich with turkey, ham, cheese, lettuce, and a sweet message in mayo. See how well the precision tip works? It’s just a little extra to bring a smile to her face.
Hellmann’s Love Note
What would you want yours to say?