SPAM<sup>®</sup> Spread

SPAM® 101

What is SPAM® Classic? Ah, the age-old question; what is the meat in that special can comprised of? Many myths abound, but the answer is actually quite simple. It’s merely six simple ingredients.

Why is SPAM® Brand a Household Name? We could go on for days about this. But rather than get all Socrates on you, let’s look to the people for the answer -- the legions of SPAM® brand lovers all over the world who crave, and celebrate, this delightful meat.

History of the SPAM® Brand / The SPAM® Story 1937 - Hormel Foods introduces SPAM® luncheon meat. Ken Daigneau, brother of a Hormel Foods vice president, wins a contest and $100 for naming SPAM®.

The SPAM® Museum For over 12 years, the SPAM® Museum has delighted millions of visitors with delicious curated exhibits celebrating delicious curated meat. The SPAM® Museum simply can't be beat — except by a brand new SPAM® Museum!

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Not all spreads are created equal. Nothing proves this better than SPAM® Spread. Getting the incredible flavor of SPAM® Classic in a spreadable form may seem like magic. When you try it with crackers, appetizers and other snacks, it certainly tastes like it.


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Ingredients

Pork, Mechanically Separated Chicken, Ham, Salt, Sugar, Water, Spices, Sodium Nitrite.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 4 tbsp

Servings: 2

Amount Per Serving  
Calories 140  
  % Daily Value
Total Fat 12g 18%
Saturated Fat 4g 20%
Cholesterol 40mg 13%
Sodium 570mg 24%
Total Carbohydrates 1g 0.33%
Dietary Fiber 0g  
Sugars 1g  
Protein 8g  

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
This product is GLUTEN FREE.

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  • The SPAM® brand is trademarked in more than 100 countries worldwide, and sold in 45 nations, from Andorra to Zimbabwe.

  • Outside the United States, the Republic of South Korea is the largest market for SPAM® products.

  • SPAM® products are consumed at a rate of 3.1 cans per second in the United States. Beat that, world!

  • In 1940, Hormel Foods unveiled what was believed to be the first singing commercial, advertising SPAM® luncheon meat.

  • Following World War II, world leaders including Dwight Eisenhower, Margaret Thatcher and Nikita Khrushchev all credited SPAM® for its role in sustaining soldiers.

  • The SPAM® name was suggested by Kenneth Daigneau, the brother of a Hormel Foods vice president, at a New Year’s Eve gala.

  • SPAM® Stinky French Garlic collector’s edition was introduced in England in conjunction with the opening of the the musical SPAMALOT.

  • SPAM® Classic made its cyberspace debut in 1998 with the launch of its official brand homepage at spam.com -- where you’re staring right now!

  • In 2000, the SPAM® brand received its own Minnesota State lottery ticket scratch game. Astonishingly, the tickets were not scratch ‘n sniff.

  • SPAM® products have appeared in several movies, including Soul Surfer and Yogi Bear, most recently. No word on whether the can got its own trailer.

  • The SPAM® brand previously sponsored the No. 9 race car in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series. Unfortunately it did not run on SPAM®.

  • Upon meeting former Russian President Boris Yeltsin, former Hormel Foods President R.L. Knowlton presented him with a can of SPAM® Classic.

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