Good Foods Launches “Good Comes Easy” Contest to Help Consumers Make Back-to-School a Success
PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. – Good Foods, a leader in better-for-you dips and guacamole, is helping consumers have a successful back-to-school season with the launch of their “Good Comes Easy” contest. Until September 12, consumers can sign up once a day on GoodFoods.com and once a week on the brand’s official Instagram page (@GoodFoods).
During the entry period, a total of five winners will be selected to win a prize package with everything they need to make their school year a stellar one, including a $100 Target gift card, a West Elm lunch box, Stasher bags and other lunch necessities. Winners will also receive a bundle of Good Foods fan favorites in a variety of sizes and tasty flavors perfect for an on-the-go lunch or after-school snack.
Good Foods will promote the contest through social media, as well as its email newsletter to reach fans of the brand who are not active on social platforms. Throughout the campaign, the brand will also share back-to-school recipes and tips featuring its convenient single-serve products, including plant-based tzatziki dip, plant-based queso dip and mashed avocado.
“With the launch of this contest, our goal is to offer solutions to one of the most common back-to-school problems: planning snacks and meals,” said Mandy Bottomlee, Director of Content Marketing. “These freebies, which include our incredibly snackable and squeezable dips, have been handpicked to make getting back to routine easier. We can’t wait to see the fan response!
For more information and official rules, visit the contest website.
About good foods
Good Foods, LLC is a leader in providing healthy, all-natural products such as guacamole, dips, salads and dressings. Good Foods creates convenient snacks and meal options made with real ingredients, no preservatives or artificial flavors. The brand’s products are packaged using high-pressure processing that uses cold water pressure, keeping food safe and at its peak freshness. For more information, please visit GoodFoods.com.