GUAC


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AcronymDefinition
GUACGeneral University Academic Center
GUACGroundwater Users Advisory Committee (Arizona)
GUACGuida Universale Al Cornetto (Italian: Universal Guide to the Cornet)
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Guac Nation will also feature in-store support, including a retail display contest, in-store radio and in-store merchandising focused on bins shaped like a molcajete (a mortar and pestle used to mash homemade guacamole).
Audrey Kurlan-Marcy of Shrewsbury, who coordinates the local Taste of the Nation event, recently received a check from the Niche group for $3,000, which says something about Mezcal's customers and their love affair with guac.
From now on, it's guac around the clock at your place.
And let's not forget about the quick and easy clean up from serving chips and guac, because who really wants to start off 2017 cleaning up anyway?
AFM will also be sampling culinary fare prepared by chef Mark Garcia, including a Guac Bar and Raw Bar.
This promotion will be centered on the Rockin' Guac recipe, described as a "speed scratch" guacamole made using AFM avocados and Ro-Tel Original Diced Tomatoes & Green Chilies.
I expected the guac to be heavily garlicked and tangy with lemon juice, because that is what I am accustomed to.
Here's what will forever and always make my list: Twix, Justin's Peanut Butter, chips and guac, and hummus and carrots.
Del Monte Fresh Guac, available in different flavors geared toward the foodservice industry, will also be showcased.
As a market leader, we will kick of the season with a strong program to support Hispanic heritage, tailgating, holidays, Super Bowl, March Madness and Cinco de Mayo," says Maggie Bezart Hall, AFM VP of retail and promotion, who further notes that AFM broke records earlier this year by shipping more than 50 million pounds of avocados a week prior to the Super Bowl to support the Guac Fiesta promotion.