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Whenever a big holiday is approaching, one of the first questions many people ask is “What will we be eating?” The same on a weekend when inevitably someone asks “What are you making for Sunday dinner?”Family, friends, fun, holidays and special days all seem to involve food at one point or another.Now, what I might think of as really delicious food is probably very different than what somebody else might enjoy. In Minnesota, a holiday treat for many people is a steaming platter of lutefisk while many other people in the land of 10,000 lakes cannot get it past their nose because of the odor. In Hawaii, poi is a delicacy for a lot of folks native to the state while nearly as many other locals think it tastes like library paste from grade school. To borrow an expression from a song, different forks for different folks!
In the food industry, our customers are businesses that make and sell a grocery store worth of different kinds of products.We have made custom food pins in the shape of the many different types of pasta, companies have ordered food pins covering the whole array of cakes and sweet rolls, candy companies like food pins in the shape of both boxed and fine chocolates, and businesses who import fruits and vegetables have ordered apple pins, cucumber pins, lapel pins that look like an orange. We have made fried egg food pins, food Restaurant chains frequently order custom food pins for all of their counter people and staff of waiters and waitresses that display whichever menu item is being promoted that month.One gourmet food club buys food pins with the group’s logo while another likes a customized food lapel pin that features the main entrée for that quarter’s get together. When a previous U.S. president was in office, the friend of a friend would be invited to a private lunch two or three times each year to discuss policy issues with the Commander in Chief. The friend of a friend, we were told that he insisted the White House chefs were the best anywhere in America. So, to honor the men and women who created and prepared the meals, before making one of his trips to Washington he ordered 100 “best food ever” pins to give to the kitchen staff after his lunch with the president.Because they can dream it, we can make it!
A lot of our food pin customers know what tastes good but don’t know how to draw it. That’s where our team of representatives and talented designers step in. All you have to do is tell us what you have in mind and want to depict on a custom food lapel pin. Within 4 hours, we’ll send a concept to you. Modify, refine or change it – there’s never a charge for our design help. Plus, you can make as many revisions as you need until you think the design is perfect.At PinProsPlus, your custom food lapel pin is not expensive. They cost as little as 60-cents each depending on the quantity and style you order. And everything is included in the price …
It has never been easier, more convenient or cost-effective to display pride in your love of food whether you make food or just eat it.If you are in the food or restaurant business or just a foodie organization and want to know more about custom food lapel pins, call one of our helpful representatives at (801) 544-1005.All this talk about food pins has made me hungry. Excuse me while I go get something to eat!Want more information about Lapel Pins? Here are more related posts: