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Union-made Super Bowl party

Posted by AFL-CIO on January 31, 2013
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"Union-Made Super Bowl Party" is a cross-post from AFL-CIO, written by Jackie Tortora.

Show your solidarity Super Bowl Sunday by not only cheering on your favorite NFL Players Association (NFLPA) members on the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens, but also buying union-made-in-America food and drinks for your party. Check out these union-made Super Bowl party products, compiled by our friends at Labor 411, the union business directory from the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor. Food and drinks are brought to you by the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers (BCTGM), the UAW, Machinists (IAM), Teamsters (IBT) and the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW).


Ball Park hot dogs
DeliMex taquitos
Farmer John meats
Hebrew National hot dogs
Hormel chili
Johnsonville brats
Oroweat buns
Sara Lee buns
Tyson chicken


Heinz baked beans
Rosarita refried beans
Better Cheddars
Chex Mix
Chips Ahoy!
Frito-Lay chips and snacks
Lay's potato chips
Planters peanuts
Ritz Crackers
Wheat Thins
Old El Paso
Hidden Valley Ranch
French's mustard
Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce
Open Pit Barbecue Sauce

Sodas and Drinks

Barq's Root Beer
Minute Maid
Miller High Life
Miller Lite
Milwaukee's Best
Bud Light
Shock Top
Rolling Rock

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