Silver Spring Foods Horseradish Partners with Lambeau Field


Football Fans to Enjoy Horseradish Kick Anywhere Bloody Marys are Served at The Frozen Tundra

EAU CLAIRE, Wis., Aug. 23, 2018 -- Wisconsin-based Silver Spring Foods, the world's largest grower and processor of horseradish, is partnering with Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers, for the NFL season. Silver Spring Foods horseradish will be served wherever Bloody Marys are served in the stadium.

As part of the partnership, fans will be able to enjoy Silver Spring horseradish at suites and special events inside the stadium. Silver Spring will also surprise and delight Packers fans with samples and special offers outside the Johnsonville Tailgate Village at two home games: against the Minnesota Vikings, September 16, and against the Buffalo Bills, September 30. In preparation for the football season, Silver Spring Foods has also released the recipe for its Legendary Silver Spring Bloody Mary as well as several recipes and ideas for game day appetizers. Go to

"As a Wisconsin-based, family-owned business dating back to 1929, we value tradition here," said Silver Spring owner Eric Rygg. "And one of our favorite traditions is enjoying a Bloody Mary and watching the Packers play football on Sundays. So it's an honor to share this custom with fans in Wisconsin and across the country."

Green Bay Packers fans are among the most avid of any sports team and were named number one in tailgating experience by 247 Sports, a division of CBS Digital.

About Silver Spring Foods
Silver Spring Foods is a subsidiary of Huntsinger Farms, Inc., the world's largest grower and processor of horseradish. The company, which has been family owned and operated since 1929, processes, packages, and markets horseradish along with a variety of specialty mustards and other quality food products to retail, food service, private label and industrial customers.


CONTACT: Joe Kowalake, Double Forte, 415-305-7756, OR  Jeni Path, Silver Spring Foods, (715) 830-9678,

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