GloriAnn Farms Is Showing Support While Showing at PMA 2014
- by ANUK Staff
TRACY, CA – Twelve months of GloriAnn Sweet Corn, one month of “Corn for the Cause” and three days of PMA Fresh Summit bliss – needless to say, GloriAnn Farms is busy.
With October here, GloriAnn Farms is kicking off their “Corn for the Cause” breast cancer awareness campaign that will run through the month. In a continued effort to help a cause that affects so many and their families, GloriAnn Farms will once again be making a donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., for every specially marked retail case of corn purchased by participating retailers.
“Corn for the Cause” is similar to the August campaign in support of the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, which serves United States military personnel wounded or injured in service to our nation, and their families. This past August, GloriAnn Farms contributed nearly $19,000 to this fund.
GloriAnn Farms provides a summer favorite, year-round in a large variety of tray styles to suit each customer’s needs. Not only does GloriAnn Farms make their fresh sweet corn available 12 months of the year, they listen to their customers’ demands and offer everything from mini cobs to family packs and easy microwavable trays. Whether it’s for retail or food service, GloriAnn Farms offers plenty of fresh sweet corn choices.
The full line of GloriAnn and Majesty branded sweet corn will be out for display at the 2014 PMA Fresh Summit, October 17-19, 2014 for attendees to see first-hand, including the specially marked, pink ribbon packs. “We are always excited for the PMA Fresh Summit because, it gives us the chance to network, learn about new industry trends, connect face-to-face with our customers and continue building long-term business relationships,” says owner Mark Bacchetti. “We go home with new connections, strengthened partnerships, and inspiring ideas every time.”
Come visit GloriAnn Farms at PMA booth 843 and help us support one of the leading breast cancer organizations in the world with “Corn for the Cause.”
This text was copied verbatim from a press release.