Zac Brown Band Want to Bring Eat & Greet Recipes to Grocery Stores
Zac Brown Band are hoping to release their own line of products in grocery stores to help fund Camp Southern Ground.
The band shares their recipes during their pre-concert eat and greet events and in Brown's cookbook, and they have some cooking products available on their website, but their bigger goal is to release food items to the general public, following in the footsteps of Newman's Own.
“We’re working on it with the exact same model because all of [the proceeds of] our manufactured food and everything that we’re gonna put up will go to [Camp Southern Ground],” Brown says. “What they've done with [Newman's Own] has been unbelievable as a charitable functioning business. And the quality of everything that they make is great. And the volume of it, it provides a lot of opportunity.”
Brown is in the process of building Camp Southern Ground in Georgia, to provide a facility for kids and their families to enjoy the outdoors and learn more about nutrition and exercise.
"As a former camp counselor, I know how a positive camp experience can transform a child’s life. My dream is that children of all abilities will have an opportunity to experience the magic of the outdoors," Brown says on the camp's website. "Thank you for helping us create an amazing place for kids to learn and grow."
No information has been announced regarding when products will start hitting shelves.
Zac Brown Band recently released a new single, 'Homegrown,' off of their upcoming new album.