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August 24, 2012 2:26 PM

Vote for Columbus cook Lori Cooper of Divine Dinners in US Foods contest

Divine Dinners' Lori Cooper is one of 30 finalists in the Next Top Product contest launched by US Foods to identify America’s next hot food trend. Contest judges selected the finalists and now you have a chance to help Cooper's Sesame Dijon Chicken dish win the main dish category. To move on to the next round of judging, her recipe will need to be a top three vote getter on the US Foods Facebook page. All you need to do is Like the US Foods Facebook page and vote. You can vote once per day until Sept. 7.

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