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Welcome to the Glory Blog!


March 21, 2012

Glory Foods

Welcome to the Glory Blog!

I am very excited to be initiating a conversation with you here.  You may know that Glory Foods has been around for 20 years.  In that time, as you might expect, we’ve grown in a variety of ways – not just in the products that we offer, but also in the way we connect with our consumers.  Our blog certainly reflects such growth.  All of us at Glory Foods have enjoyed the interaction that we have with some of you on Facebook and Twitter.  This blog arises out of the desire to extend those conversations; to create a more dynamic place for our community to come together to share and to interact with each other around issues of particular relevance to you.Expect to see regular posts from us–about a wide variety of things–from our products and company news, to Glory events around the country, to Southern cuisine, to recipes, to nutrition etc., etc.  You can even expect some non-food-related items here and there, too.[caption id="attachment_342" align="alignright" width="179" caption="Michael B. Moore, President and CEO"]Michael B. Moore, President and CEO[/caption]As something of a mini-introduction, I’ve been around the Glory business for a few years, first as a consultant, then as a board member.  I joined the company full time last October as President and CEO.   I’ve had a long career in consumer marketing and branding, as well as smaller-company executive experience, that positions me well to continue what our late founder, Bill Williams Sr., started.  In a nutshell, I couldn’t be more excited about the company–about the people here, about the brand that has been built over the last 20 years, about our products, and about the exciting things we have in store for you.I look forward to using our blog to share our “news,” to answer questions you may have, and to shed light on aspects of our business you may be curious about.    I’ll also be sharing personal reflections about our company, business in general, marketing, food, Southern culture, etc.Our intent with this blog is to establish something of an open pipeline between us.  Please don’t be shy about sharing any thoughts.  We certainly want to share information that we think will be valuable to you. For example, we think it’s important that you know that we exclusively source our premium vegetables from select family farms throughout the South.  We want you to know that our vegetables are canned just like your grandmother did–at the height of freshness and with no preservatives and no MSG.  We definitely want you to know that research has shown that–unless you’re eating veggies immediately after harvesting them from your back yard–at the time you eat them, there’s really no difference in nutrition between canned, frozen, and fresh vegetables.  There’s a lot to share.We know that you live busy lives; we want to give you the peace of mind to know that when you serve Glory, you are serving great tasting, nutritious products that taste just like what you grew up with and are convenient to prepare.I am excited about initiating the conversation.  We can’t wait to hear from you!

Michael B. MoorePresident and CEO, Glory Foods

 

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