The Southern Women’s Show, which kicked off its spring series Feb. 15-17 in Savannah, is a grand exhibition where women can get information for everyday living, sample food, shop, watch fashion shows, meet celebrity guests and enjoy other fun activities.
At this years show in Savannah, Glory Foods Executive Chef David E. Francis served the following Glory Foods Seasoned Southern Style canned vegetables: green beans with potatoes, turnip greens, butter beans and skillet corn.
Francis also served Seasoned New Orleans Style Red Beans and Rice, Glory Foods Sensibly Seasoned Tomatoes, Okra & Corn and Glory Foods Sweet Potato Casserole.
Glory Foods also gave away coupons and provided all attendees a chance to register to win a Kindle Fire HD – downloaded with popular Southern cookbooks – with an 8.9-inch screen, high-definition technology, Wi-Fi and more.
“The Southern Women’s Show allows Glory Foods to have unique experiences with consumers beyond the aisles,” said Dan Charna, vice president of operations for Glory Foods. “We get to interact with them on a personal level and get valuable feedback about our brand. At every show, Glory Foods will have a venue for intimately promoting our commitment to serving nutritious food that is delicious straight out of the can.”