Serena Lasagne Range
Mar 30th 2012, 12:43
Rieses Food Imports has introduced a new Serena Lasagne Range, which is produced in Italy from only the finest durum wheat semolina.
At R15.99, it is an affordable and great tasting way to add colour and variety to your lasagne dish.
There is a tasty recipe on the side panel and the branding allows products to be displayed horizontally or vertically. There are currently two variants, Original & Spinach, each packed in shippers of 24’s.
Find out more about Rieses products at www.rfi.co.za
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