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New Zealand Wins Gold – Best Jelly in the World!

9 June 2006

New Zealand Wins Gold – Best Jelly in the World!
Cerebos Gregg’s Jelly Time wins gold SIAL award.

After months of research, weeks of testing and tasting, Cerebos Gregg’s has created the fastest setting jelly in the world! Jelly Time has won one of only eight gold medals (Sial D’Or) at SIAL Food and Trade Expo in Paris confirming its place as the best new sweet grocery product beating all other entries from around the world.

Cerebos Gregg’s is confident their convenient new technology for jelly will be a hit with New Zealand. Requiring only cold water and 60 minutes waiting time (you don’t even need a fridge) Jelly Time is sure to revolutionise sweet desserts.

Mark Darling, Jelly Time Brand Manager, says “The team here at Cerebos Gregg’s are overwhelmed with the success of Jelly Time. We know this is a great revolutionary product that is perfect for fast paced modern life. Because you use cold water, it is safe for children to mix the jelly themselves and 60 minutes waiting time in room temperature beats up to 6 hours in the fridge for other jellies.”

SIAL Food and Trade Expo is held bi-annually and is one of the most respected expo’s of its kind in the world. Over 5,500 exhibitors and 150,000 trade buyers attend the show that has been running since 1986. Most importantly are the SIAL D'OR awards (gold medals) for innovative products from around the world. Jelly Time is Best in the World.

Jelly Time comes in four appealing flavours: strawberry strike, outrageous orange, racey raspberry and loopy lime. It is available ion supermarkets nationwide…the kids will love you for it!


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