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You can now buy a $25 hammock that lets you curl up like a giant slice of ham

Posted On: Jun 18, 2019   |   Posted By: Business Insider

You can now buy a $25 hammock that lets you curl up like a giant slice of ham

You can now buy a hammock that makes you look like a massive slice of ham.
The "HoneyBaked HAMmock" will be available starting June 21 for $25 on The Honey Baked Ham Company's merchandise website , according to a press release the company sent to INSIDER.
The HAMmock is one of many giant, food-themed products on the market right now.
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You can now buy a hammock that makes you look like a massive slice of ham.
The Honey Baked Ham Company is releasing its "HoneyBaked HAMmock" to coincide with the official start of summer. Starting June 21, the HAMmock will be available for $25 on The Honey Baked Ham Company's merchandise website , according to a press release sent to INSIDER.
"Who wouldn't want to nap in a HoneyBakedHAMmock after a ham sandwich?" Jo Ann Herold, chief marketing officer of The Honey Baked Ham Company, tells INSIDER. "You are literally wrapped in ham - but it's also extremely functional."
Herold says that The Honey Baked Ham Company's release of the...

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