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We Believe In More

At Primal Kitchen we believe more is more. We're all about more flavor, more meals, and more moments worth savoring. 

Our products are made with high-quality ingredients that make preparing delicious dishes for yourself, friends, and family easier than ever. 

Ingredients You Recognize

Primal Kitchen began with one simple mission: change the way the world eats. We're committed to creating products without compromise.

That means our line was made using ingredients with integrity and without dairy, high fructose corn syrup, gluten, soy, or canola oils.

Taste You Can Trust

Good fats from plant-based oils

Good fats from plant-based oils

Our condiments, dressings and sauces, are made with avocado oil, a source of heart-healthy, good fat from plant-based oils.
No dairy? No problem

No dairy? No problem

Primal Kitchen uses ingredients like coconut milk powder in collagen and pumpkin seed butter in sauces for the creamy texture you know and love.
No Artificial Sweeteners

No Artificial Sweeteners

Flavor with no sugar added…how sweet is that? From sauces, dressings, and mayo to collagen, across the line, Primal Kitchen products are unsweetened, sugar free or made with no added sugars or any artificial sweeteners.
Sheet pan Keto Cobb Salad with Ranch Dressing Drizzled on top

Try this customer favorite

Keto Cobb Salad

Our keto cobb salad keeps it classic but includes creamy, cool, tangy Ranch Dressing instead of the typical red wine vinaigrette.

If you want to deviate even more from the classic cobb salad recipe, you could swap chicken for turkey or tuna, blue cheese for sharp cheddar, tomatoes for cucumbers, and raw red onions for pickled onions.

A bowl of Creamy Shrimp Salad with Mayo surrounded by Primal Kitchen Mayo with Avocado Oil, spinach and strawberries.

try this trending recipe

Creamy Shrimp Salad

We're reaching for all of our refreshing, no cook, no heat recipes. A creamy shrimp salad recipe is the perfect side dish for a family dinner or neighborhood potluck. 

Primal Kitchen Mayo adds delicious creaminess and flavor to any seafood salad, whether you caught it yourself or at the grocery store.

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Mark Sisson, Primal Kitchen Founder

Mark Sisson, New York Times bestselling author, media personality, ex-endurance athlete (5th place USA Marathon Championship, 4th place Hawaii Ironman finish) founded the PRIMAL KITCHEN® brand in 2015. He has been educating the world on nutrition and the benefits of fat and protein for over a decade via his blog, MarksDailyApple.com.