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COVID hasn’t stopped spam from breaking sales records

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It’s been a very good year for Spam. Based on BBC, the Minnesota-based brand posted a whopping $3.5 billion in sales, hitting a record high for the seventh consecutive year. To keep the business running well, Hormel has also signed a five-year contract to supply pork. This will limit the impact of supply chain issues, making it easy to hoard all your Spam favorites.

The BBC points out that residents of the continental US weren’t the only Spam buyers helping to break the record. According to the agency, Spam is particularly prevalent in the Asia Pacific region in places like Hawaii where Spam with eggs and rice is a welcome breakfast. No matter where you live, Spam fans will soon have something to look forward to. According to BBC, new Spam products is in the process of working. Fans are sure to love hearing what Hormel comes out with next; in fact, that would be a Spam email that we don’t even mind receiving.

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Britta Zeltmann

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