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J&D's Foods announces launch of bacon scented pillowcases

Photo from J&D's Foods. Photo from J&D's Foods.
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

A self-proclaimed bacon enthusiast company has recently released bacon scented pillowcases just in time for Christmas. 

The company, J&D's Foods, started a bacon salt company with the money one of the co-owner's won from America's Funniest Home Videos, according to their website. 

The $5,000 reward allowed them to begin what is now a popular bacon-flavored product company. 

The company has bacon flavored salt, popcorn, mayonnaise, lip balm, shaving cream, and now pillowcases. 

According to a J&D's press release, the pillowcase is infused with the scent of bacon, which is embedded in the ink on the pillowcase. According to the release, the scent should last from six to 12 months and can endure multiple wash cycles. 

The release also promised that the pillowcase would bring "Happier dreams of breakfasts past."  

A limited amount of pillowcases are available for a select few customers at the price of $12.99 plus shipping and handling.

According to the J&D's press release, those interested in ordering the pillowcase need to email press@jdfoods.net

For more J&D's bacon products, click here.

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