SC Ag Department backs homegrown holiday goods

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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina officials want Certified SC Grown products featured on tables throughout the state this holiday season.

All this week, the state Department of Agriculture is releasing daily holiday recipes featuring Certified SC Grown produce and products.

One of the featured recipes is made with Sallie's Greatest Jams from South Carolina Specialty Foods Association member Sallie Porth. She's been featured on Oprah's Favorite Things List for this year.

The daily recipes are available online at www.agriculture.sc.gov and on the Certified SC Facebook page.

Certified SC Grown produce can be found in more than 500 retail grocery stores across South Carolina. Specialty Foods Association products are available in stores across the state as well.

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