Safari goes nuts with new Marmite and Wasabi flavours
Dec 7th 2012, 10:43
Safari takes snacking to new heights with the introduction of their new range of choice grade Marmie and Wasabi peanuts and cashews. Putting a new twist on an old favourite, Safari draws on the traditional savoury taste of Marmite, the much loved childhood vegetable extract spread, whilst also offering the refreshingly spicy Asian flavour of Wasabi.
Both peanuts and cashews are packed with energy, are a great source of dietary fibre and are also trans-fat free.
The packaging was designed by Barry Michaels from BMFA and Afripack in Paarl did the printing. The Marmite and Wasabi peanut range is available in 450g packs with a case configuration of 12 x 450g. The Safari Marmite and Wasabi cashew range is available in 100g packs with a case configuration of 12 x 100g. The full Marmite and Wasabi range has a shelf life of 6 months and will be available in leading supermarkets countrywide from November 2012. Click here for more information on Bokomo
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