Good Housekeeping food collection hits store shelves
October 15, 2009
by Eric Schroeder
NEW YORK — Good Housekeeping magazine, in partnership with Napa Valley, Calif.-based food manufacturer Tulocay & Co., has introduced the Good Housekeeping Good Food pantry collection in supermarkets nationwide. The food collection features a full range of all-natural pantry products, including Black Cherry Balsamic BBQ Glaze, Asian Sesame Ginger Sauce, Chile Lime Marinade, and Capers & Olives Pasta Sauce.
"The Good Housekeeping Good Food collection will make it easier and more affordable than ever for our readers to create delicious meal options — and that’s good news," said Glen Ellen Brown, vice-president of Hearst Brand Development. "The range of flavors and versatility of use combined with the terrific value, offers great solutions from the brand she knows and trusts."
Each product retails for $5.99 or less and features a bonus "30 minutes or less" recipe, simple usage suggestions, health benefits and the Good Housekeeping Seal from the Good Housekeeping Research Institute.
For more information on the product line, visit www.goodhousekeeping.com/goodfood.