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Paddle Pop Twister

Dive into a sensational adventure for your taste buds – words by Katherine Sng

Be careful! You might get hooked on the new Paddle Pop Twister and keep wanting for more! Recognised by the Health Promotion Board (HPB) as a healthier choice, the new Paddle Pop Twister is a refreshing mix of juicy apples, sweet blackberries and mixed fruits paired with creamy vanilla for a burst of flavours with every bite.

Paddle Pop Twister retails at major supermarkets, convenience stores, petrol marts and minimarts islandwide for S$1.20 and S$4.50 (per pack and multipack respectively).

Ricola Tangy Berry
Ricola Tangy Berry

Tangy Berry to refresh our throats and beat the heat wave – words by Katherine Sng

Leading Swiss herb drop brand, Ricola has launched a new flavour, Tangy Berry to refresh our throats and beat the heat wave at the same time. Thanks to its key ingredient, Sea Buckthorn berries juice, we enjoyed its fruity-orangey taste! While the active ingredient in most Ricola products is menthol, the important part is still the classic blend of 13 herbs created by Ricola’s founder Emil Wilhelm Richterich in 1940.

The proprietary formula of 13 herbs, namely Burnet, Cowslip, Elderberry, Horehound, Marshmallow, Lady’s Mantle, Mallow, Peppermint, Plantain, Sage, Speedwell, Thyme, and Yarrow, are also cultivated in the Swiss mountains using natural farming methods without any pesticides.  With an organic cough drop soothing our throat, Ricola’s new flavor Tangy Berry is no doubt the icing on the cake.

Most cough drop may contains chemical like Dextromethorphan (DXM) and is chemically related to codeine, thanks to the addictive properties of codeine, it acts on the brain to suppress cough. Free of Dextromethorphan (DXM), Ricola’s 13 herbal mix as cough drop is revolutionary!  At Ricola’s herb garden, visitors can learn about the original herbal blend in their natural environment, cultivation and power of herbs.

Ricola Tangy Berry retails at major supermarkets, convenience stores, petrol marts and minimarts islandwide for S$3.35 each.

Kang Kang Express Meal Kit

The Smarter Food Choice – words by Eric Foo

First of its kind, Tan Seng Kee Foods Pte Ltd (TSK) launches pasteurised noodles in Kang Kang Express Meal Kit that comes in 3 local favourite flavours:

  1. Prawn Mee Soup
  2. Curry Mee
  3. Laska

Kang Kang Express Meal Kit is easy to cook and is preservative-free noodles, great for bringing to friends overseas who have the craving for Singapore local favourite flavours like Laksa or Prawn Mee Soup.  No refrigeration needed but once refrigerated, Kang Kang Express Meal Kit can be kept for up to 6 months and up to 1 month in ambient conditions.

Kang Kang Express Meal Kit retails for $2.95 each at selected supermarkets and hypermarkets.

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MILO® Nutri G, Nutritious Energy in a bottle – words by Katherine Sng

MILO® Nutri G retails for $6.95 for a pack of 3 bottles at selected supermarkets and hypermarkets.

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