I won't buy this salad dressing again. Life is too short. It's a vegan version of creamy dill dressing, soy-based. My first issue with it is the texture. Yesterday I made myself some peanut butter toast, and the peanut butter was in fact thinner than this dressing is. That's why I couldn't make a sandwich and had to make just open-faced toast, because the peanut butter was on the thin side. They would do better to market this "dressing" as a spread. If I had used the dressing instead of the peanut butter, I could have made myself a sandwich, though not with jelly.
The flavor is also not good. It tastes like soy. Yes, I know it's made from soy. But the whole thing about making things from soy is that you have to make them not taste like soy. Otherwise you have failed. They have failed. I'm not being unrealistic --- last week I actually sampled a whole variety of vegan salad dressings for a company who is releasing a line of them. They had a creamy dill dressing, and it was good. (They also have a killer Wasabi Ranch.)
The (bad) brand is Nasoya. I'm still going to finish the bottle, because that's how I am.