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Spam Museum Reopens Friday



    Spam Museum Reopens Friday
    NBC 5 News

    Most people either love or hate Spam, and those who love it will be able to visit a museum for Hormel's canned meat product beginning Friday.

    The renovated Spam Museum will reopen in a new location in Austin, Minnesota. The museum had been at the Hormel factory, but they moved across town in an effort to revitalize the downtown area.

    The new museum has several interactive displays, a 12-foot Spam rocket and a Spam can conveyor belt hanging from the ceiling.

    Nearby restaurants will even serve Spam dishes to attract spam fans from across the country.

    Chef Creates Spam DishesChef Creates Spam Dishes

    Chef Juan Rodriguez of Magdalen's restaurant in Fort Worth creates Spam Wasabi and a Spam tostada in honor of the reopening of the Spam Museum in Minnesota.
    (Published Friday, April 22, 2016)

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