Duke's Mayonnaise Was Invented At This Old, Charming Two-Story Ruin In South Carolina From The Early 1900s
By Robin Jarvis|Published April 26, 2020
Robin Jarvis began writing for OnlyInYourState.com in 2015 and quickly advanced to a Senior Editor role. She's currently the Brand Manager and has a Bachelor's degree from West Virginia University in Journalism with a minor in Marketing. Her career history includes long running appearances on radio and television. She also has served as publisher of Shades of Green Magazine and Design Lead on several print publications. Her love for travel has taken her to many parts of the world. She's lived in the Carolinas for more than three decades and currently resides in Charleston, SC. When she's not working, she loves playing guitar, painting, traveling, and spending time with family.
If you’re a mayonnaise lover and you’re from South Carolina, then chances are good that you’re also brand loyal to Duke’s. But on the outside chance you aren’t already a fan of the nation’s number three brand of mayonnaise, then here’s a little background that may nudge you in that direction pretty quickly:
Duke’s Mayonnaise has been around for so long it’s practically synonymous with South Carolina. Read more about the history of South Carolina’s favorite sandwich spread on the official website for Duke’s Mayonnaise.
Did you know Duke’s was first mass-produced in what is now the Peace Center’s Wyche Pavilion? What’s your favorite mayo? Careful, if you don’t answer “Duke’s,” then everyone will know where you place your loyalties.
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