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REMINDER: Pickle Drop Seeks Donations For Food Bank Of CENC

REMINDER: Pickle Drop Seeks Donations For Food Bank Of CENC

Folks attending the New Year’s Eve Pickle Drop in Mount Olive on December 31 are encouraged to bring canned food or cash donations for the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina. And, those planning on watching online from the comfort of their homes can support the Food Bank, too, through a virtual food…read more »

New Year’s Pickle Drop Returns For 2021

New Year’s Pickle Drop Returns For 2021

The New Year’s Eve Pickle in Mount Olive will make its official drop December 31 into 2022, on the campus of University of Mount Olive. “We are dill-lighted that we can return to the live event, and we have the experiences of the past two years to make this year even bigger and better,” said…read more »

Cycle NC Riders Stop In Mount Olive (PHOTO GALLERY)

Cycle NC Riders Stop In Mount Olive (PHOTO GALLERY)

Mount Olive and the surrounding area were able to show off for hundreds of bicyclists on Friday.  The Town of Mount Olive’s historic train depot served as rest stop for Cycle NC’s annual Mountains to the Coast ride.  The cyclists left Sparta, NC on October 2nd and concluded their ride in North Topsail Beach on…read more »

Mt. Olive Pickle Employees Community Fund Awards Scholarships

Mt. Olive Pickle Employees Community Fund Awards Scholarships

Mt. Olive Pickle Company’s Employees Community Fund has awarded four $4,000 scholarships to children of employees. Recipients are Austin Espinosa, Kiara Kornegay, Douglas Davidson, and Michael Marcin. Espinosa is the son of Michelle Espinosa and Mt. Olive Pickle employee Ricardo Espinosa. A senior at Southern Wayne High School, he will enter Wayne Community College in…read more »

It’s A Big DILL: 95th Anniversary For Mt. Olive Pickle!

It’s A Big DILL: 95th Anniversary For Mt. Olive Pickle!

Fans today can enjoy a crisp Mt. Olive Pickle thanks to the forward-thinking business leaders of the North Carolina town of Mount Olive back in 1926. That’s right: America’s favorite pickle company is 95 years old. “We are still here and going strong 95 years later.” In the early 1920s, several large produce markets in…read more »

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