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Vlasic Pickles - Wikipedia

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Vlasic Pickles is an American brand of pickles currently owned by Pinnacle Foods. Since its introduction in 1942, it has become one of the most popular pickle ...

Vlasic® | Taste what a Vlasic can do!

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America's favorite pickle, Vlasic offers dozens of juicy, crunchy varieties of pickles , peppers and relish for the whole family to enjoy.

Products | Vlasic®

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Vlasic offers over 100 flavors and sizes of pickles, peppers and relish. You've got 10000 cute little taste buds and we want to satisfy them all.

About | Vlasic®

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How Vlasic became America's favorite pickle is truly an American success story.

Meet The Stork | Vlasic®

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In 1974 a wisecracking Vlasic Stork flew out of America's television screens with the message that crunchy “Vlasic is the best tasting pickle I ever heard!”

Vlasic Pickles

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Seventy years ago, pickling pioneer Joseph Vlasic used fresh, locally grown cucumbers, herbs and spices to create unique pickle recipes that have been shared ...

Farmer's Garden® by Vlasic® | Hand-Packed, Artisanal Quality Pickles

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The new hand-packed Farmer's Garden® by Vlasic® pickles are made with the finest, specially selected ingredients harvested at the peak of freshness.

Amazon.com : Vlasic Pickles, Kosher Dill Spears, 24 oz : Grocery ...

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The dill spear is America's favorite pickle, and none is more popular than Vlasic's Kosher Dill Spear. Tasty, juicy and crunchy, the fresh-pack Vlasic Spear is cut ...

Why is the Vlasic Pickles Mascot a Stork? | Mental Floss

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May 19, 2015 ... Birds and pickles go together like peanut butter and jelly—wait, what? Crazy as it may seem, the Vlasic Pickle company felt that was the case ...