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Diners enjoy Made in Oklahoma food at Irma's

When filling her menu, Irma’s Burger Shack owner Linda Lee makes it a point to include products made in Oklahoma. Irma’s is a traditional burger place advertising onion rings, fries, hot dogs and malts. Be it the beef in the signature hamburgers or the year-round pecan pie, Irma’s offers a variety of Made in Oklahoma products.

Some of the Made in Oklahoma products featured at Irma’s include Hiland dairy products, Garden Club mustard, Field’s pie, NoName Ranch beef, Shawnee Mills flour and Schwab’s sausage. Made in Oklahoma is a program within the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry. Irma’s was the first MIO Restaurant of Year winner.

Irma’s has two locations in Oklahoma City: 1035 NW 63rd and NW 11th and Dewey. The 63rd location will celebrate its 10th anniversary later this year; marking the occasion with collectable cups and T-shirts.

The Made in Oklahoma mission statement is “to promote brand awareness and consumer loyalty for Oklahoma food and agricultural products through collective marketing for the purpose of increasing sales, maintaining business retention and expanding Oklahoma’s food processing sector.”

Made in Oklahoma is always looking for new members. Representatives of food producers, processors and manufacturers who process, produce and/or distribute a portion of their product in Oklahoma are encouraged to learn about the promotional opportunities within Made in Oklahoma. For more information about Made in Oklahoma, contact ODAFF at 405-521-3864.

Date: 7/29/2013


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