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ConAgra introduces new version of Pam cooking spray

BY Alaric DeArment

OMAHA, Neb. — A new version of ConAgra Foods’ Pam cooking spray is designed to be calorie-free and leave less residue, the company said.

The food company said that the new Pam leaves up to 99% less residue and is available in three varieties: original, baking and butter.

"We’re excited to introduce the new Pam cooking sprays, which prevent residue better than leading bargain brands of cooking sprays and still provide superior no-stick results," ConAgra Foods Pam brand director Anne-Michele Harrington said. "It’s the perfect solution to help keep residue off cookware to avoid tough cleanup jobs."

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Va. woman wins Giant-Landover sweepstakes

BY Alaric DeArment

LANDOVER, Md. — A customer of Giant Food of Landover, Md., received $7,800 in Giant gift cards after winning an online sweepstakes, the Ahold banner said Tuesday.

Giant, also known as Giant-Landover to distinguish it from fellow Ahold banner Giant Food Stores of Carlisle, Pa., awarded the cards to customer Sarah Calamore and her family as part of its "Coupon to end All Coupons" sweepstakes, which encouraged customers to "like" the retailer’s Facebook page.

Centreville, Va., Giant store manager Scott Belcher, third from right, and Giant director of marketing and external communication Felis Andrade, second from right, presented Calamore with her prize.

 

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Gourmet coffee, tea site launches

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HOUSTON — A new website features gourmet tea and coffee products.

GourmetCafeSpot.com, owned by Texas-based Internet company Pagee Distributing, features such coffee and tea products as tea pots, water kettles, coffee grinders and roasters, coffee machines, espresso machines, tea and coffee blends.

"We see so many people spending up to $3 or $4 on a cup of coffee each day, when they could be making their own gourmet blends at home for less than half the price," co-founder Pamela Garnett said. "The end result is better-tasting coffee and savings for the New Year."

 

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