As Hormel Foods Corporation prepares to celebrate its 125th anniversary, it has opened a new Spam museum in Austin, Minnesota, United States, celebrating the 79 year history of the iconic tinned food product.
The 14,000 square foot museum houses a mix of galleries from the previous location and new experiences, including the product’s popularity around the globe, the spam brand today and its history with the military.
Nicole L Behne marketing director at Hormel Foods said: “We are excited to open the spam museum in downtown Austin and share this new, interactive experience with Spam fans across the globe.
“As we prepare to celebrate the 125th anniversary of our company in Austin, throughout the country and the world, this new spam museum will be a great way for people to connect with the iconic spam products and Hormel Foods.”
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