Delectable delights: The Gardenia 2D experience

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

HOLIDAY season may be over but not the special treats you may indulge in.

Speaking of indulgence, Gardenia, the country’s largest bread manufacturing company never failed to hook you on its addictive variety of bread choices. In fact, Gardenia is the only loaf brand in town that offers and ensures tasty, soft, fresh, oven-baked smell and nutritious bakery products.

With its wide bread selections, you will definitely engage to a different Gardenia experience all the way, every day.


Looking for perfect bread for your kids’ perfect sandwich snack for school? The Gardenia Classic White Bread got the highest quality that you’re looking for because a good sandwich must start with a good bread. Aside from the delectable taste, freshness and softness, the Gardenia Classic White Bread has high nutritive value, packed with more vitamins and minerals like Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Calcium, Iron and Iodine that your body needs. It is also enriched with Folate that is good for pregnant women to prevent birth defects and promotes cell regeneration. Aside from the acquired nutrients, Gardenia breads are zero trans fat and cholesterol-free.

But Gardenia is more than just for sandwich-making. Its innovative flavored loaves continuously satisfy the demanding tastes of Filipinos when it comes to bread choices.

From the amazingly delectable flavored selections, the bread-lover’s fave Blackforest Loaf comes first in the line. If you’re craving for caramel-y sweets, then the Butterscotch Loaf suits you. Sweet indulgence is now made even better with the Chocolate Chip Loaf that is every chocolate lovers’ dream come true. Forget about the sweets, and embrace the goodness of the sun-dried California raisins and raisin juice that are both nutritious and delicious with the California Raisin Loaf. And if you want two flavors in one unique loaf, why not indulge in ube-and-cheese flavored bread? No wonder Gardenia is the top choice of every Pinoy.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on January 29, 2014.


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