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Reser’s Fine Foods Tours The U.S. With Picnic Experience


Beaverton, Oregon-based Reser’s Fine Foods is traveling the country with the Reser’s Fine Foods Picnic Experience after a two-year hiatus.

The Reser’s Picnic Experience provides people with a place to rest, find shade, recharge cell phones and taste the company’s potato salad. It has shared more than 40,000 free samples of its Deviled Egg Potato Salad, a company top-seller.

“Reser’s Deli Salads are ideal for summer outings,” said Anne Nelson, senior brand strategy manger, deli. “It feels good to be out doing the things we enjoy with our customers this summer and connecting in person.”

The 2022 tour has made stops at some of the largest lifestyle festivals of the summer, including “The Taste of Cincinnati,” “CMA Fest” in Nashville and the “Columbus Jazz & Rib Fest.”

Upcoming tour events include the “Chicago Air & Water Show” on Aug. 20-21 along the Chicago lakefront, and the American Royal World Series of Barbecue on Sept. 30-Oct. 1 at Kansas Speedway.

For more information, visit resers.com/summertour.

Reser’s is a provider of fresh refrigerated deli salads, side dishes and prepared foods for the supermarket, club store and food service industries. Family-owned and -operated, the company has been a sponsor of racetracks, picnics, barbecues, music festivals and affordable family meals since 1950.

Reser’s family of brands includes Reser’s American Classics, Main St Bistro and Stonemill Kitchens. With more than 4,500 employees, the company operates 14 facilities in the U.S., Mexico and Canada.

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