McCain chips undergo a makeover
Issued by Sabio Communications on behalf of McCain SA - Apr 18th 2018, 10:44
Mom, take a deep breath, there is no need to panic, your favourite McCain chips have just had a makeover and have new names. You can still expect the same delicious and great tasting chips from the range even though they may look a little different.
Friday afternoon for a mom is no joke. You have worked the whole week, had to worry about the little ones and still have to sort out a delicious dinner for them. You rush through traffic trying to get to your local grocery store, thinking about what to make for dinner knowing that you probably have a full house of neighbourhood kids over. You finally get to the shops and decide that tonight will be a spykos night, a mountain of McCain chips, russians, atchar, and cheese, simple, delicious and easy to make. You make your way to the freezer, you spot the McCain section, where everything always is, but everything is different.
To ease the panic and to make shopping for your favourite McCain chips that little bit easier we have broken it down for you:
• McCain Fry Chips are now called McCain Spykos Fries
Perfect for those quick and easy Friday night meals. From the freezer to the plate in just two minutes, tasty and crispy chips, with your spykos family favourites. Bring on the chips, russians, and cheese!
• McCain Slap Chips are now called McCain Traditional Slap Chips
Nothing beats a plate of steaming hot traditional slap chips, drenched in vinegar and salt. Make these delicious chips at home in just two minutes for the whole family to dig in and enjoy.
• McCain Skinny Fries are now called McCain Skinny French Fries
Burger night is not complete without these skinny cut, crispy chips. They are hotter, fresher and better when made at home with a little touch of love and care, nothing tastes better!
• McCain Wedges are now called McCain Big Bites
Friends over and not sure what to make? Transform these Big Bites into the perfect snack, loaded bites anyone? Cover them with cheese, guacamole, and salsa for a delicious bite.
• McCain Spicy Wedges are now called McCain Spicy Big Bites
Add a little spice to your life with these delicious spicy McCain Big Bites, perfect for adding a little side dish heat to your ribs or steak.
You now pick your favourite McCain chips, make your way to the counter, there is no queue, you pay and are on your way home. There is no panic and no confusion as you excitedly hurry home and prepare something quick, easy and delicious for dinner, as usual mom you pulled it off.
Tummies are full, the kids are happy, and you made it yours mom!
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Friday night dinner tends to be an interesting topic of discussion for most families. The usual dilemma, kids are shouting for takeaways, but Mom wants something home-cooked to enjoy in front of the TV. So, Moms, it’s time to let McCain add joy to your Friday night plans so you can Make It Yours.
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