Jul 8, 2010

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EAHA July 1

This months sponsor is Mayfield Dairy Farms.

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Jul 8, 2010

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EAHA June 2

Be sure to visit us online at http://www.eatathomealabama.com/ and get your 10 new recipes! Beef Stir Fry with Steamed Rice; Chicken Spinach Wraps; Chili Hot Dogs; Cream Chicken Pasta with Zucchini & Asparagus Salad; Fantastic Enchiladas; Gold Ole Sloppy Joes; Loaded Spuds; Slow Baked BBQ Chicken with Mashed Potatoes; Warm Chicken Pasta over Romaine; and Zesty Southwest burgers with Cilantro Slaw.

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May 11, 2010

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Alabama Grocers Association Free Totes & Samples

Alabama Grocers Association Free Totes & Samples May 19 at Mountain Brook Piggly Wiggly
Published: Tuesday, May 11, 2010, 4:19 PM

They will be giving away three hundred EatAtHomeAlabama.com reusable grocery bags at Piggly Wiggly in Mountain Brook, Alabama, located at 3800 River Run Drive, Mountain Brook, AL 35243, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 19, 2010.

The Eat at Home Alabama website was created by the Alabama Grocers Association as a tool for consumers to learn how to save money, eat healthier, safely prepare and store your foods, enrich your life and promote the grocery industry in the state of Alabama.

Moore’s Marinade, which is the May sponsor of the website, will be sampling mari­nated steaks, handing out recipes and .55 coupons in the store from 2 pm to 4 pm.

Moore’s Mari­nade was introduced forty years ago at a steakhouse in Jasper.

Moore’s Marinades are available at your local grocery store in 16 oz bottles and gallons. For more information on Moore’s Marinade or for some great recipes, you can visit their site at www.mooresmarinade.com

Mark your calendars for the event.

Read the full story at AL.com by following this link.

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Mar 29, 2009

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Alabama Grocers Association Rolls Out New Web Site

Mar 29, 2009

The Alabama Grocers Association has launched a new Web site, www.EatAtHomeAlabama.com, which was created as a tool for consumers to learn how to save money, eat healthier, safely prepare and store foods, and discover the joys and benefits of eating at home, as well as to promote the grocery industry in the state of Alabama.

Site features include Why Eat at Home, Ways to Save Money, coupons, recipes to feed a family of four for around $20, a list of Alabama products, a chart on when fruits and vegetables are in season, recall information, and a food safety section with tips on storing food in the refrigerator and freezer, in addition to information on keeping fruits and vegetables fresh. Each month there will be a new sponsor and new recipes.

The Alabama grocery industry is drawing traffic to the site by printing www.EatAtHomeAlabama.com on the bottom of their receipts, adding links to their Web sites, and putting up signage featuring the Eat At Home Alabama logo at the register and in the store, so that consumers will know where to go to for money-saving tips.

Read the full story here.

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