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New Dark Chocolate Coated Cranberry Delights

New Dark Chocolate Coated Cranberry Delights

Iconic brand Cinderella has been meeting Kiwi baking needs and dried fruit cravings since 1956. Now Cinderella has taken its little red cranberries and coated them in rich dark chocolate.

It’s all in the name; the new Cinderella Cranberry Delights are quite simply delightful. These nuggets of goodness are ideal for baking or just on their own and the handy resealable pack makes them perfect for when your sweet tooth comes knocking.

Whether it be in slices, cakes, muesli, nut medleys or as an ‘anytime’ snack, Cinderella Dark Chocolate Coated Cranberry Delights are a must have in the pantry.
Available in supermarkets nationwide. RRP: $4.99


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