“Bring Your ‘Wich to the Sand” Online Recipe Contest Returns
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (April 28, 2017) -- Looking for your golden road to the 2017 World Food Championship? Then feast your eyes on the 2nd Annual “Bring Your ‘Wich to the Beach” Online Recipe Contest, presented by WFC sponsor, Red Gold.
This online recipe contest — which opens May 5 at 8 A.M. CST and closes May 15 at 11:59 P.M. CST — invites you to submit your best sandwich recipe! For this contest, all recipes must use a Red Gold Product, be it tomatoes, sauce, ketchup, salsa, juice, or Huy Fong Tomato product. That’s the only restriction; the rest is up to you!
One Grand Champion will advance to the World Sandwich Championship, receive a waived registration fee AND a $500 travel stipend. Two runners-up will receive a Golden Ticket (qualification) to the World Sandwich Championship.
On May 5, submit all recipes and photos to WFC’s Facebook Page:
Winners will be announced on May 26 on WFC’s Facebook Page.
About Red Gold:
Red Gold (www.RedGoldFoods.com) has been producing premium quality tomato products for 75 years. Red Gold produces premium quality canned tomatoes and tomato-based products for retail, foodservice, private brands, and club stores. The Red Gold family of consumer brands includes Red Gold, Redpack, Tuttorosso, Huy Fong, and Sacramento. Exceptional quality and operational excellence are the shared values that contributed to the employee-created mission statement: “To produce the freshest, best-tasting tomato products in the world.”
About the World Food Championships:
The World Food Championships (www.WorldFoodChampionships.com) features hundreds of culinary champions seeking food fame and fortune. The sixth annual event, scheduled for Nov. 8-14, 2017 at The Wharf in Orange Beach, Alabama, features 10 categories of competition before culminating in a high-stakes Final Table showdown for hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and prizes. Follow World Food Championships on Twitter (@WorldFoodChamp), and Facebook and Instagram (@WorldFoodChampionships).
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