NikNaks introduces a spicy new flavour
Issued by Atmosphere Communications on behalf of NikNaks - Nov 19th 2015, 16:14
South Africa’s favourite nak is introducing a spicy new flavour, NikNaks Chilli Cheese, adding even more variety and taste to the current range.
The new flavour complements the tasty NikNaks line-up, which includes Original Cheese, Spicy Beef, and Fruit Chutney, adding a spicy element to the collection.
For over four decades, NikNaks, produced by Simba a market leader in the snacking industry, has been a part of fans snacking agendas. As South Africa’s original nak brand, NikNaks continues to keep itself relevant by continuously adding a tasty twist to its deliciously cheesy and crunchy offering.
NikNaks Chilli Cheese is available from all major retailers and forecourts at an recommended selling price of R5.50 for 55g or R9.99 for a larger 150g pack*.
For more information, please visit www.simba.co.za.Click here for more information on NikNaks
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