Spam Wars – A New Hope

Having been there to see da kine, I can say that this is fo real

Burger King ignites Spam war with rival – Yahoo! News
HONOLULU – For many Americans, spam is a four-letter word for unwanted e-mail. In Hawaii, Spam is a beloved comfort food, with cans of the gelatinous pork bricks found in virtually every cupboard.

Hoping to cash in on Hawaii’s love affair with the pinkish meat product, Burger King Corp. last month began offering Spam for breakfast — going head-to-head with rival McDonald’s Corp., which has been featuring Spam in the islands for years.



Despite being one of the least-populated states, Hawaii leads the nation in consumption of the Hormel Foods Corp. product. It’s been a hit ever since World War II. Isle residents consume more than 5 million pounds of Spam a year, an average of about six cans for every man, woman and child.

Hawaiians Love Spam.

~ by kinshay on 2007-06-12.

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  1. To parrot the tag line from a Hawai’ian restaurant we have here in Boulder: So ono. Broke da mouth.

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