PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. – Good Foods, a category leader of plant based dips and good-for-you products, invites consumers to participate in the “Share the Love” recipe challenge to win cash prizes up to $1,000 now through November 15.
As the holidays near and shoppers look for new and exciting recipes to spice up traditional dishes, Good Foods has launched a contest for fans of the brand to create unique recipes using Good Foods products to receive cash prizes.
“We have so many creative, loyal fans who use our products in inspiring ways and we can’t wait to see the recipe results from our contest,” said Mandy Bottomlee, director of content marketing at Good Foods. “The ‘Share the Love’ challenge will highlight all the delicious recipes that are possible by using Good Foods products.”
Participants can create recipes to be judged in four different categories to receive cash prizes up to $1,000. Additionally, $500 will be awarded to the “Tastiest Photo” from any category and the “Fan Favorite,” which will be decided from fan voting. The recipe categories include:
- Best Recipe Featuring Plant Based Dips
- Best Recipe Featuring Dairy Dips
- Best Recipe Featuring Guacamole
- Best Recipe Featuring Avocado Mash
Participants can find tips and tricks to impress the judges and submit their recipes HERE. Winners will be announced December 21 via email. For those not as confident in their kitchen skills, Good Foods is offering other chances to win weekly prizes. Each week ten email subscribers will be chosen to win Good Foods’ “Tasty Tidbits” prize package, which consists of high-quality kitchen items including a cutting board, wooden salad tongs, an oven mitt, product coupons and more, valued at $150. Enter your email to win HERE.
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About Good Foods
Good Foods, LLC is a leader in providing healthy, all-natural products such as guacamoles, dips, salads, and dressings. Good Foods creates convenient snacks and meal options that are made with real ingredients, free of preservatives and artificial flavors. The brand’s products are packaged using high pressure processing that uses cold water pressure, keeping foods safe and at their peak freshness. For more information, please visit GoodFoods.com.