Lion Bar was launched in 1976 and is a chocolate bar that is now made by Nestlé.
Quaker Granola Bars, otherwise known as Chewy® is a delicious snack that is specifically marketed toward kids. They are made with 100% whole grains and ingredients, like real chocolate chips and raisins, and no artificial flavors or added colors.
Pillsbury makes a large amount of its revenue by selling frosting. It is commonly used as a baking ingredient for cakes, cookies, and desserts.
As a coeliac or someone suffering from gluten sensitivity, it’s easy to think that the gluten-free product manufacturers are out to get you.
A popular complaint in the gluten-free community is that when compared to regular products, gluten-free options are regularly twice the price, if not much more.
Baby Ruth is an American candy bar made of peanuts, caramel, and milk chocolate-flavored nougat, covered in compound chocolate. It is distributed by the Ferrara Candy Company, a subsidiary of Ferrero.
Maggi is an international brand that originated in Switzerland in the late 19th century and most known for its wide variety of seasonings. The Maggi company is owned by Nestle.
Sensations crisps are a popular snack that is managed by the Walkers brand who also produces and manufactures the highly popular Walkers Crisps. It is made by selecting the best potatoes which are cut to size which is thicker than the conventional crisp with the aim of giving the consumer a satisfying crunch in their … Read more
Natural Ice is a popular beer from Natural Light. With 5.9% alc/vol this is a smooth beer with a strong effect. Referred to as ‘Natty Ice’ at colleges across North America and beyond, this beer can be found at parties everywhere.
Natural Light is a popular low-cost beer in the United States from Anheuser Busch. Described by the brewer as a “sessionable, light lager brewed with a phenomenal combination of ripe strawberry and fresh lemonade flavors that are perfect for increasing the fun of every occasion.”
This is the perfect drink for people who like strawberry lemonade . . . with beer.