Tuesday, June 26, 2012


Participants Can Submit Unique Dishes Made with Products from Glory Foods to Win Cash and Prizes
June 21, 2012, Columbus, Ohio – Glory Foods is inviting cooks from across the nation to take part in its Summer Recipe Contest via social media.
Participants can submit original Glory Foods recipes to the brand’s Facebook page at Here, all recipes will be displayed and voted on by fans. Recipes can be submitted in any category, including appetizers, main dishes, salads and desserts.

All recipes received will be used to create a Glory Foods PDF cookbook, which will be delivered by email to each contest entrant.
The Summer Recipe Contest ends Tuesday, July 31, with the results being announced Wednesday, Aug. 1. The first place winner will receive a Visa gift card worth $300 and a Glory Foods Deluxe Gift Basket. The second and third place winners will receive gift cards worth $150 and $75 respectively.
“The Summer Recipe Contest is a way to celebrate the essence of Glory Foods with people who are as passionate as we are about great food,” said Dan Charna, vice president of operations for Glory Foods. “Since Glory Foods has a diverse selection of products – from our Seasoned Southern Style canned vegetables and ready-to-use fresh produce to our hot sauces and seasoned cooking bases – we know we will get creative recipes reflecting our down-home flavors.”
About Glory Foods

Glory Foods is the category leader in Southern-style, heat-and-serve products including seasoned canned vegetables, cooking bases, hot sauces and fresh greens. Its Southern-style vegetables and side dishes are staples in American homes and offer convenient meal planning solutions for busy families. For more information about Glory Foods, visit, on Facebook at, Twitter at and YouTube at
***Disclosure-No compensation was received.  Informational post only.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have never heard of glory foods. I kind of like contest like these. I wish I just had a little more inspiration to create a new recipe with a twits. Patricia