Margaret Holmes Introduces Meal Solutions Tab for Meal Inspired Ideas

Website Provides More Than 20 Meal Ideas Incorporating Margaret Holmes Signature Products

Mar 22, 2011, 12:33 ET from Margaret Holmes

EFFINGHAM, S.C., March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Margaret Holmes, a premier line of southern-inspired canned vegetables, recently introduced a new section on their website called 'Meal Solutions', which presents comprehensive, fun meal ideas and recipes featuring Margaret Holmes signature products.  

Located on the Margaret Holmes website,, you can now click on the Meal Solutions tab and access more than 20 meal ideas, to help inspire your inner chef or to provide a quick easy place for meal ideas. Examples of what you can find under the new Meal Solutions tab include: Cheesy Seasoned Collard Omelets; Margaret Holmes' Good-Luck dinner, which suggests serving pork tenderloin along with Margaret Holmes' Hoppin Johns Seasoned Collard Greens and Pickled Peaches; Margaret Holmes Catfish Stew; Turnip Green Cornbread and their famous Margaret Holmes Peach Cobbler and Ice Cream. The new section also includes appetizer ideas, such as Hoppin John Dip and Black Bean Dip, with instructions on how to prepare them.

"We are thrilled to introduce this new feature on our website," said Woody Swink, director of regional sales for Margaret Holmes. "We all know how difficult it can be to think of fresh and original meal ideas on a regular basis, and we saw this as the perfect way to assist our consumers who may be looking for new ways to use their Margaret Holmes products."

About Margaret Holmes

Based in Effingham, South Carolina, Margaret Holmes is owned by McCall Farms, a canner and distributor of southern-inspired vegetable products grown on 2,000 acres of family farmland, with an additional 3,000 farming acres contracted from other farmers in the Carolinas, Georgia and Florida. McCall Farms produces Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts, as well as several lines of fresh canned products under the Margaret Holmes name including southern classics such as: butter peas; triple succotash; and cut okra; as well as seasoned southern classics such as: collard greens, butter beans, cabbage and southern peaches.

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