June 2009 Food Funnies: You Write The Cartoon Caption

Food Processing introduces Food Funnies, a new monthly feature guaranteed to give you a good laugh.

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Maybe you need a laugh. Maybe you have untapped creativity. Maybe you're aspiring writer. Whatever the case, Food Processing wants to introduce you to our newest feature: Food Funnies.

Here at Food Processing, we understand how stressful life can be so we're encouraging you to take 5 minutes to add a little fun into your life. Food Funnies is our way of letting you take a break from all the serious stuff you deal with at work —  by coming up with appropriate light-hearted captions.

Here's how it works:

Submit your caption, via e-mail, for the cartoon that appears below. The winning caption will be featured on the FoodProcessing.com Web site and in the FoodProcessing.com eNewsletter.

It's the most fun thing you'll do all month!

– Erin Erickson, FP.com Sr. Digital Editor

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Food Funnies June

And the winning caption is: "oops-- the third shift batch operator fell asleep again"

Submitted Captions:

"You should see the glass of milk"

"When I said to work on portion size, I guess I should have specified which way."

"What happens when the Jolly Green Giant fills in for the Keebler family."

“I think someone goofed up at quality control!”

"I can't wait to see the Serving per container on the Nutritional panel."

"Looking for a snack?"

"And it meets all the nutritional requirements of the State of California School Lunch Program."

"In this economy, it only takes one cookie to feed the whole family."

"oops-- the third shift batch operator fell asleep again"

"Shrek's truck is at Dock 3"

"Honey, I shrunk the R&D people!"

"Oh Harold, I asked for a pint of chocolate chip!"

"So, uh, who wants to get chip-faced?"

"Holy Chip, what did you guys do this time?"

“Not to worry, we’ll market it in America.”

"Have a Big Break"

Have a caption? Send it via e-mail. The winning caption will be featured in July's FoodProcessing.com E-News
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