Now I've never eaten the products myself, nor do I have an interest in doing so, but I did take the time to look over the nutrition lables so kindly posted on their website.
Take their Alfredo Sauce for instance. I enjoy a nice alfredo on occasion, but I can't fathom how this would taste anything like alfredo sauce:
Purified Water, Sour Cream Flavor (non dairy), Romano and Parmesean flavor (non dairy), vegetable fibre, natural flavors, natural spices, sea salt, black pepper, butter flavor (non dairy), garlic, onion, rosemary, beta carotene, food color, zantham gum (thickeners made from vegetables), sodium benzoate, sucralose (splenda), lecithin.
This is water that has been thickened with vegetable fibres. On top of that, the dairy 'products' don't even come from dairy.....this frightens me more. It means all the flavors are simulated using chemical esters. Esters are little molecules that create familiar scents (Just an FYI for those of you that slept through chem class or didn't have a chemistry teacher for a mother....thanks mom).
I ask you both as a concerned health professional and a sensible human being: please....please don't eat this. It's taking preservatives and artificial simulation to a level it just shouldn't go. Is it really worth eating the remake of your favorite food which doesn't actually contain a single ingredient the original contained?
EAT REAL FOOD. Enjoy the decadent foods but within reason.
Then again, I could be wrong. Maybe these things do taste good. If you've tasted them and would like to argue in their favor, by all means let me know. I'm just not about to let someone mess with my salad dressings.