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Snack Feature: Kristin Yerecic's 'My Favorite Things'

Snack Feature: Kristin Yerecic's 'My Favorite Things'

Kristin Yerecic is an up-and-comer that has been working in family-owned and operated Yerecic Label since she was 15 years old. Now, climbing up through the ranks, Kristin is bringing Yerecic’s visibility and marketing department to a whole new level. From Tsamma Watermelon Juice to Modern Family, our sister publication, The Snack Magazine, asked Kristin to take a few minutes and let us in on some of her favorite things.

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My Favorite Things: Kristin Yerecic

1. My Family Legacy


"I'm honored to be a third generation Yerecic in the family business."

2. Frozen Grapes


"Throwing your grapes in the freezer creates a quick, delicious and refreshing snack."

3. Lifecake App


"This app lets me shamelessly show off my nephews without blowing up my Facebook feed or Instagram."

4. Tsamma Juice


"Frey Farm's new Watermelon Juice has me on the bandwagon!"

5. Emerald Isle, North Carolina


"North Carolina offers the perfect place for some R&R."

6. Youtility by Jay Baer


"This book significantly altered my view of marketing and is a constant reference for long-term goals for me."

7. Competitive Cheerleading


"I wanted to give back to the sport that taught me so much and now I coach at my high school alma mater."

8. Modern Family


"I can always count on the Dunphy family for a good laugh!"

9. Crockpots


"I love to cook, but who has the time for a three course meal each night?!"

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