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Covering the annual Flavor of Georgia Food Product Contest gives journalists the chance to talk to entrepreneurs from all over Georgia and keep their fingers on the pulse of the latest food trends. Each year we are amazed by stories of inspiration and perseverance that our talented contestants bring to Athens, and you will be too.

We invite media who to join us in for the final round of this year’s contest on Thursday, April 21, 2022. Please RSVP to flavorofga@uga.edu


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