Green Giant

Green Giant and Le Sueur are brands of frozen and canned vegetables owned by General Mills. The mascot of Green Giant is the Jolly Green Giant.

In Canada, the brand Le Sieur is used instead of Le Sueur.

Read more about Green GiantCompany and Brand History, The Valley

Other articles related to "green giant":

Jolly Green Giant (disambiguation)
... Jolly Green Giant is a mascot of the Green Giant vegetable company. ...
Green Giant - The Valley
... "The Valley of the Jolly Green Giant" refers to the Minnesota River valley around Le Sueur ... Route 169 an enormous wooden sign of the Jolly Green Giant, along with Sprout, is visible with the caption "Welcome to the valley" ... Blue Earth, Minnesota, a statue of the Jolly Green Giant is also open to public view ...
Blue Earth, Minnesota - Attractions and Community Achievements
... The Jolly Green Giant statue attracts over 10,000 visitors a year ... In July 2007, the Blue Earth City Council approved space for a Green Giant memorabilia museum ... Lowell Steen, of Blue Earth, has collected thousands of Green Giant items and will permanently loan them to the museum ...
Le Sueur, Minnesota
... The community is known locally as the "Valley of the Jolly Green Giant" ... with the caption "Welcome to the Valley" and Green Giant logo, remains even after the company and Green Giant label were bought by Pillsbury in 1979 ... Now the Green Giant label is owned by General Mills and is canned in Montgomery, Minnesota ...

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