#MyMichMemory: Giveaway with Garden Fresh + Linky!

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Whether you like it mild, garlicky, or on-fire hot hot hot, I think we can all agree that salsa has made its way into the hearts of most Americans as a grocery shopping staple.

And NOBODY does salsa like Ferndale, Michigan-based Garden Fresh. The fun doesn’t stop at salsa either. The company also carries a variety of dips, hummus and chips that are absolutely delicious.

This week’s My Michigan Memory giveaway features a Garden Fresh prize pack of salsa, dips and hummus for one lucky winner. Can you say YUM!?

{If you’re a blogger, all you have to do is link up your Michigan-related blog post in the linky tool below and then enter your info into the Rafflecopter form. You’ll get 10 points just for linking a blog post you’ve written about Michigan. If you’re not a blogger, you can still enter to win, just follow the directions on the Rafflecopter form.}

Before you start salivating for that prize pack, there’s some really cool things about this company we think you should know about.

The quick story:

The proprietors, Jack and Annette Aronson were once restrauters in Ferndale. People came to eat the salsa until one day, the head of a grocery chain demanded they made it for his store. The rest is history!

Today, they not only make America’s #1 salsa, but they also make the most divine tortilla chips in the deli, along with super-yummy dips and hummus.

You know it has to be good because they have won more than 250 awards for excellence!

Aren’t they such a cute husband and wife team?

So, what’s the reason the salsa is soooo good?

For starters, a state-of-the-art high-pressure process allows for cleaner and preservative-free products. Also, all batches are made in small quantities to guarantee freshness and flavor.

Get ideas for using Garden Fresh in recipes here. And if you’re great in the kitchen, submit your own recipe for the chance to have it featured on the GF website and get $100 toward your favorite charity!

Green BONUS:

As if you need another reason to love this company…They also recycle their tortilla chip oil and use it for biodiesel to power school buses. How cool is that?!

What’s your favorite Garden Fresh product? I have too many, depending on my mood, but this is my ‘ole standby:

For more information Garden Fresh, visit their Facebook, Twitter and blog.



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  1. keri szawara says:

    i seriously could not just pick one!!! I have tried so many of their products and have loved every single one. Its the only hummus and salsa i will buy at meijer!!

  2. I love their Jack’s Special Medium salsa!!

  3. We love Jack’s salsa and the chips! I haven’t tried the hummus yet, I really need to!
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  4. My favorite is Jack’s Wild Mild…yum! And the chips are also delicious! I have loved this company’s products for years and was so glad to find out a few years ago that this was a Michigan company!!

  5. We’re partial to the garlic artichoke salsa :)
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  6. Tim Trunzo says:

    Without a doubt, my favority Garden Fresh salsa is the Artichoke Garlic. It’s almost the only salsa I ever use (other than the occasional other Garden Fresh flavor to break it up).

  7. Brittany says:

    I love the Artichoke Garlic salsa!! I moved to CO and sadly can’t find that flavor here, but still have been able to find Garden Fresh salsa.

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  1. […] We’re getting close to the end of the summer but Jackie and I are still celebrating all the great places there are to see in Michigan and some of the awesome Michigan made products! This week we have another incredible giveaway for you! {Don’t forget too – our Garden Fresh giveaway is still going on all this week, through the 10th. Enter here.} […]

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