Carlson Laboratories Announces Fish Oil Recipe Contest

Carlson Laboratories is inviting all creative cooks to send in their favorite recipe using Carlson liquid Norwegian Fish Oil. Entrants will be entered to win one of three cash prizes.

Carilyn Anderson, Sales and Marketing Executive at Carlson Laboratories, commented, “Carlson has always been proud of the exceptional taste and quality of our Norwegian fish oils. We’re excited to invite people to get creative in the way they take their fish oil. Many people take our fish oil right off of a spoon. But they also taste great and can be mixed in smoothies, used in salad dressings and in other ways.”

John Carlson, President of Carlson Laboratories, continued, “Fish oils are a great way to receive the omega-3’s needed for overall good health. Many people know that, but don’t realize that fish oil can taste good as well. Our fish oils have been awarded the prestigious Superior Taste Award from the International Taste and Quality Institute’s panel of top European chefs, sommeliers and beverage experts. We’d like this contest to promote awareness of the health benefits of fish oils, and the great taste of Carlson Norwegian fish oil products.”

Contest details can be found at Contest runs from April 1, 2009 through July 15, 2009. Entries must be received by July 15, 2009 and be original, unpublished and include at least 1 tablespoonful of a Carlson liquid Norwegian Fish Oil product. Contest winners will be selected and announced in September 2009.

About Carlson Laboratories
Carlson Laboratories has been supplying quality vitamins and nutritional supplements for over 40 years. Our award-winning fish oil products are renowned for their purity and great taste. Call Carlson today for more information @ 1-888-234-5656, or visit your local natural foods store. J.R. Carlson Laboratories, Inc., 15 W. College Drive, Arlington Heights, IL 60004.

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