For French’s®, We Promise is not just a statement or a seal on mustard and ketchup bottles, it’s a mobilizing community call to action to help the 42 million people who struggle with hunger in America and to help put food on their tables. That is why they have teamed up with Feeding America®, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, to encourage the community to join them in providing 10 million meals* to people in need through its nationwide network of 200 food banks. French’s has created a simple and easy way to help consumers get involved with the touch of a button on their computer or mobile device.
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Today, Feeding America®, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, and French’s® announce a national effort to help children and families who struggle with hunger. For every specially-marked bottle of French’s Mustard sold between April 18 and November 30, and specially-marked bottles of French’s Ketchup sold between April 18 and December 31, one meal* will be donated to the Feeding America nationwide network of 200 food banks.
More than 48 million people in America struggle with food insecurity, including 15 million children – at a life stage when food is critical to healthy growth and development. Food insecurity is defined as a lack of access, at times, to enough food for an active, healthy life, according to the USDA. It is an issue that affects every single county in our country.
“Food insecurity all too often goes unseen, but every day, millions of people in America are faced with insufficient food for themselves or their families,” said Diana Aviv, CEO of Feeding America. “Through this partnership with French’s, our nationwide network of food banks is better able to help fill this gap. This initiative not only helps to bring national attention to the massive problem of hunger in the U.S., but also provides everyone the opportunity to fight hunger in their local communities.”
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Hunger, French’s, Feeding America, food banks, food, family, healthy, children, Ketchup, MultiVu 7843051
Crisco® is excited to welcome NEW Organic Coconut Oil to its quality line of products. Crisco Organic Coconut Oil is an easy substitute in recipes calling for butter, margarine, and other oils, making it a go-to pantry staple. It has no coconut aroma or flavor, offering maximum cooking versatility without changing the taste of your food.
Crisco Organic Coconut Oil is Certified USDA Organic, Non-GMO Project® Verified, kosher, and is available in a 27 fl oz jar. From crunchy Almond Coconut Granola, simply delicious Homemade Popcorn, to spicy game-day Chicken Tenders with Sriracha Ketchup, Crisco Organic Coconut Oil is great for everyday cooking and baking needs.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7509151-crisco-new-organic-coconut-oil/
French’s®, the undisputed leader in mustard, announces two new mustard flavors and the newest introduction in the ketchup category. Crafted with only simple, quality ingredients, including stone-ground #1 grade mustard seed, French’s Classic Yellow Mustard has been America’s best-loved mustard for more than 100 years.
French’s continues its century-long dedication to producing only the highest quality products by introducing French’s Tomato Ketchup with no high-fructose corn syrup and two new mustard variations with exciting, on-trend flavors: French’s Sweet Yellow Mustard with a touch of brown sugar and French’s Spicy Yellow Mustard with cayenne pepper. Like French’s Classic Yellow Mustard, both new mustards are fat-free and gluten-free. French’s new ketchup and mustards are available now in stores nationwide.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7505551-frenchs-new-mustard-ketchup/
After much time pondering...."about 2 minutes"...I've decide "Yep...it's time to upload a new one. I've decided to go for simple this time and so this one came out fast like thin ketchup through a broken strainer..."Don't ask..I dunno"... I'll spend more time on the next one for sure but I like this one for it's simplicity and that it didn't take forever to do.