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Courtesy of Blue Plate
Total sales: $22,258,750
Total sales: 7,559,589
Avg. price: $2.94
Like Duke’s, Blue Plate mayonnaise has been a Southern favorite since it was intrtoduced in New Orleans in 1935. In 1974, Wm. B. Reily & Co., makers of Luzianne Iced Tea and other regional foods and beverages, acquired Blue Plate Foods from Hunt-Wesson. Today the condiment accounts for 1.7 percent of the $1.3 billion U.S. mayonnaise market.