We are happy to announce another partnership with Alexia Foods! As you may recall, last year we were finalist in their “Reinvent a Classic” french fry contest, where our Herbes de Provence and Garlic Sweet Potato Fries were among the final four flavors selected. This time around, we’re officially “Alexia Tastemakers.” As Tastemakers, we’re one of 10 food bloggers who were chosen to serve as proud ambassadors to the brand. In the months to come, we’ll be sharing some wonderful things with you from our friends at Alexia, from new products and special promotions, to more of our own recipe creations, and more. And of course there will be a giveaway or two, so stay tuned.
Perhaps, though, the most exciting part of this new Tastemaker program is that you have a chance to become a brand influencer yourself. Alexia is looking for 5 more Tastemakers, and these final recruits will be everyday fans. The search is on for additional foodies who are just as passionate about Alexia products and can inspire fellow food enthusiasts. Have an original recipe idea? Know some easy holiday entertaining tips? Or if you’ve just been eager to flex your culinary and entertaining muscles, this is a fantastic opportunity to share your expertise with thousands of Alexia fans. Now until September 30th, check out their Facebook page for more info and to enter to become a Tastemaker with us. We hope to see your name among the 15 Alexia Tastemakers. Good luck!
Brand statment: “Alexia Foods is known for a wide variety of gourmet-inspired appetizers, oven-baked fries, artisan breads, and premium potato and sweet potato side dishes, including the all-new Alexia Multi-Grain Onion Rings and Alexia House-Cut Julienne Fries hitting store shelves in September 2012. To find more crowd-pleasing, all-natural side dishes, visit www.AlexiaFoods.com.”
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