KOO introduces iconic new curry sauce flavours to warm up winter
Issued by CH Communications - May 3rd, 10:35
KOO, the country’s favourite canned food brand, has introduced a new range of curried mixed vegetables to the shelf, in Durban Curry and Cape Malay Curry sauces. In-line with the growing trend of meal convenience and the need for exciting flavours, KOO’s unique offering comes just in time for the cooler months that lie ahead. These iconic flavours aim to inspire moms and dads across the country to make comforting, delicious meals for their families.
As with all KOO canned vegetables, the latest KOO curried mixed vegetables in curry sauces can be enjoyed on their own or included in recipes to add extra flavour and aroma with the comfort of knowing that the vegetables bring added nutritional value to every meal. The KOO mixed vegetables are a source of dietary fibre, low in fat and choice grade, making them the ideal addition to any meal. KOO uses vegetables that are sourced from well-established farms with decades of experience. The vegetables are cooked in the can to help South Africans serve quality vegetables with all the goodness sealed in.
“For almost 80 years KOO has been part of South African society birthdays, funerals, parties, holidays and mid-week dinners,” said Toni Maake, Brand Manager at KOO. “With the latest KOO curried mixed vegetable offerings in Durban Curry and Cape Malay Curry sauces, families across the country are now able to conveniently add favourite South African flavours to their home cooked meals.”
KOO is known as a rainbow brand for a rainbow nation – reflecting the flavours and tastes of our diverse nation from Die Bloukrans to Boksburg, from Soweto to Sandton, from Thabanchu to Mafikeng, from Cape Town to Chatsworth and Kwa Mashu to Makhadu. KOO is no stranger to families seeking to add South African flavour to meals.
“KOO has been delighting families with flavours that treat their taste buds and they trust KOO to create the meals they love,” adds Maake. “As life has got busier, we strive to help families quickly and easily serve authentic South African foods with the soulful taste that brings them together, to enjoy delicious meals and creating special memories.”
Try the latest KOO curried mixed vegetable range, retailing for approximately R17.99, is available from retailers and supermarkets across the country.
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