National Corn Dog Day

March 18 is the annual National Corn Dog Day! If you’ve enjoyed a delightful, batter wrapped golden corn dog recently, there’s a good chance Memphis-based Monogram Foods made it. That’s right! Monogram is the largest producer of retail private label corn dogs in the United States!

Monogram Foods, which employs 95 people at its Memphis Support Center and over 2,700 people company-wide carefully crafts private label corn dogs carried by an array of local retail and food service customers. A long-time Memphis favorite, Monogram’s own King Cotton corn dogs can be found around town at Superlo, Cash Saver, Piggly Wiggly and Big Star.

Corn dogs, mini corn dogs and pancake & sausage on a stick are produced at Monogram’s plant in Bristol, IN which cranks out over 1.5 million corn dogs per day! Monogram just upgraded its plant and will now make 20 million pounds of mini corn dogs a year. That’s a lot of corn dogs! Monogram Foods acquired its Bristol, IN plant in 2012

So take minute to enjoy a hot, battered-with-love corn dog and support a local Memphis business!

Check out Monogram Foods’ video on how corn dogs are made! Find Monogram on Facebook and Twitter

About Monogram Foods: Monogram Foods is a major co-packer and private label provider for strategic partners throughout the nation. Monogram collaborates with key partners to create processes that bring new foods demanded by a modern marketplace. Monogram Foods is headquartered in Memphis, Tenn. and operates facilities in Iowa, Indiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin.

Founded in 2004 with the purchase of King Cotton and Circle B brand meats from Sara Lee Corporation, Monogram Foods manufactures and markets top-quality food products. Among these are a full range of meat snacks, corn dogs, pre-cooked bacon, smoked sausage, appetizers, pet treats and other value-added meats.

Monogram Foods’ brands include Wild Bill’s, O’Brien’s, Trail’s Best, Hannah’s, Bull’s, Snapps, King Cotton, Circle B and licensed brands Bass Pro Shop’s Uncle Buck’s, Johnsonville, Butterball and Team Realtree.