- There’s nothing better than the smooth, creamy texture and one-of-a-kind flavor of Duke’s Mayonnaise, made with Eugenia Duke’s original recipe since 1917.
- Duke’s is delicious on sandwiches, in salads, and even as a key baking ingredient.
- TWANG! It's that little Southern-something that makes good things better, and only Duke's has it
- Ingredients include: soybean oil. egg yolks, water, distilled and cider vinegar, salt, oleoresin, paprika, natural flavors, calcium disodium EDTA added to protect flavor.
- Contains: eggs
- Servings: 60, Serving size: 1 tbsp
It was at Camp Sevier in 1917 that the Duke’s Mayonnaise legacy began. Eugenia Duke of Greenville, SC, made sandwiches in her home kitchen to sell to army canteens during WWI. Eugenia’s sandwiches (and the mayo that gave them their special flavor) were so unforgettably delicious that years after they’d left the camp, soldiers wrote to Eugenia begging for her sandwich recipes and jars of her delectable spread. She began bottling it as a product on its own in 1923. Over the past 100 years, Duke’s has continued to cultivate and celebrate its commitment to family recipes and bold, southern flavors. In addition to the flagship mayonnaise, which is still made according to Eugenia’s original recipe in Greenville, SC, Duke’s offers light, olive oil, and flavored mayonnaise, tartar sauce, sandwich relish and regionally-inspired Duke’s Southern Sauces, mustards, and dressings.
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