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Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black releases 2013 Georgia Grown Holiday Gift Guide


Georgia Department of Agriculture
Gary W. Black, Commissioner
19 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. SW
Atlanta, GA 30334

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Press Release
Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black releases 2013 Georgia Grown Holiday Gift Guide

Commissioner Gary W. Black and the Georgia Department of Agriculture today announced the release of the 2013 Georgia Grown Holiday Gift Guide.

The annual Georgia Grown Holiday Gift Guide is available online at and is comprised of various food products and gifts that are exclusive to Georgia. A few of this year’s items include holiday gift baskets, freshly baked items, pastries, sauces, salsas, jams, jellies, honey, pecans, candy products, wines, cheeses, olive oil, Georgia Grown merchandise and more!

The Gift Guide offers a special opportunity for consumers to remember Georgia’s producers and agribusinesses during the holiday season, while also supporting our state’s local economies.

“Christmas is a great time of year to support your local economy by purchasing gifts for your loved ones made right here in Georgia” said Commissioner Black. “Our Georgia Grown Gift Guide offers a great selection of products that support the agribusiness community all across the state.”

The Georgia Grown Gift Guide can be found at or


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