Mt. Olive Pickles One Step Closer to Winning “Coolest Thing Made in NC”

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 13, 2022 CONTACT: NC Chamber: Vanessa Gray  (336) 202-5266  Lynn Williams, Public Relations Manager 919.581.3628 Mt. Olive Pickles One Step Closer to Winning “Coolest Thing Made in NC” NC Chamber’s statewide contest champions manufacturing community’s impact and innovation RALEIGH, N.C. – Today, the NC Chamber announced that Mt. Olive Pickle Co.…

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Artist Spotlight: Claire Kiester’s Pickle Screen prints – Ink on muslin

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Claire Kiester is an artist from Chapel Hill, NC. Kiester is currently attending the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago, IL.  Her concentrations are in Print media and Fiber and Material Studies. Growing up, Kiester was always interested in art, and she enjoyed being creative and working with her hands. She chose…

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Artist Spotlight: Emily Wallace

stickers - bologna, kosher dill pickles, pimento cheese artwork

Artist Emily Wallace was born and raised in the small eastern North Carolina town of Smithfield. Growing up in rural North Carolina, Wallace spent a lot of time with her grandmother, Charlotte Wallace, who inspired her to take an interest in art. Wallace began doodling, drawing, and painting as a child, and she never stopped. Of…

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Artist Spotlight: Patti Doyle

painting of jar of Mt. Olive Kosher Dill pickle spears

Patti Doyle is an artist from Charlotte, North Carolina. She is also a teacher at a local Christian school, a wife to her husband Peter, and a mother to 18-year-old twins and a 21 year old. While growing up, Doyle took art classes at school every year through her senior year. She loved art, and…

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Check us out on Food Factory USA!

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Mt. Olive was recently featured on FYI Network’s Food Factory USA! The episode, “Peter Piper Picked a Peck” takes the show’s trademark light-hearted look at how Mt. Olive packs Pepperoncini peppers. You’ll even find out how many peppers Peter Piper picked in that peck… The episode originally aired Monday, August 17. Time Warner Cable and…

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Custom Mt. Olive Pickles Longboard Giveaway!

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It’s time for a Mt. Olive Giveaway! How cool are these custom-made longboards?  These custom longboards were created by Danny Callahan of Local Skateboard Co. Danny grew up in the mountains of North Carolina, and his family always had Mt. Olive products in the fridge! Pickled Okra, Dills, and Banana Pepper rings were some of…

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Happy 95th Birthday to Mt. Olive Pickle Company

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MOUNT OLIVE, N.C., Jan. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Fans today can enjoy a crisp Mt. Olive Pickle thanks to the forward-thinking business leaders of the North Carolina town of Mount Olive back in 1926. That’s right: America’s favorite pickle company is 95 years old. In the 1920s, several produce markets in town served a wide agricultural region. While cucumbers grew well in the area,…

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Make Perfectly Pickled New Year’s Eve Plans

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  Join us at the Corner of Cucumber & Vine on Thursday, December 31 for the perfectly dill-lightful New Year’s Eve Pickle Drop. CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE! or you can join us in person (go to for driving details). The live music gets underway at 6, and the pickle comes down the pole…

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Mt. Olive Kosher Dill Pickle Spears Nominated for the Coolest Thing Made in NC

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 20, 2021 CONTACT: Lynn Williams, Public Relations Manager 919.581.3628 / Mt. Olive Kosher Dill Pickle Spears Nominated for the Coolest Thing Made in NC Public voting opened for NC Chamber’s statewide manufacturing contest Mount Olive, NC – Today, the NC Chamber announced that Mt. Olive Kosher Dill Pickle Spears are…

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Mt. Olive moves to new location at the N.C. State Fair

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RALEIGH—After almost 30 years in the same location at the N.C. State Fair, Mt. Olive Pickle Company moves to a new spot this year. The company’s booth, where fair goers can purchase a pickle for 50 cents, will be located in The Marketplace, a new, large tent holding a number of commercial vendors. The Marketplace…

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