First Choice launches ready-to-eat flavoured jelly
Jan 22nd, 09:48
Gone are the days of waiting hours and hours for jelly to set. First Choice recently launched their Flavoured Jelly, a first for South Africa. The delicious jelly comes already set in a box allowing you to simply snip the box open and enjoy the jelly.
First Choice jelly is available in seven lip-smacking flavours: Apple, Strawberry, Lemon, Blueberry, Orange, Pineapple and Grape. It can be stored unopened for up to 6 months. The product starts setting at 30˚C, so it can be melted down and remoulded into fun shapes for the kids.
Desserts and treats have never been made this easy; pair it with First Choice Custard or Vanilla or Chocolate Velvet for a quick delectable dessert.
First Choice Flavoured Jelly is available in 500 g cartons with fun fruit characters representing each flavour. Make sure you stock-up on all your favourite flavours for a convenient and tasty treat anytime.
Available at all leading retailersClick here for more information on Woodlands Dairy
First Choice flavoured milk has created an online platform for moms to share their most memorable or funny stories about their kids, with a chance to win a trip for four to Disney World.
For mom’s struggling to get their little ones to eat a healthy diet including fruit, the struggle may be a little less of an uphill battle. First Choice helps moms with timesaving ways to keep the family happy through their product range, including South Africa’s first already set jelly – in a box!
First Choice Long life milk, a sponsor of the 2013 UTi Rhodes Trail Run, is giving away a wild card entry to one lucky First Choice Facebook follower to participate in the run.
Keeping in the spirit of the festive season Santa busted Kingfisher FM DJ Ethan Black in his studio Tuesday 18 December with some delicious Custard. Shocked and full of laughs, Ethan happily let Santa into his studio and dropped off the custard spreading the Christmas cheer.
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