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Heinz and Cadbury create the Mayo-Creme Egg combo

Monday April 15, 2019 at 10:46am
Two of the nation’s most-loved brands, Heinz and Cadbury, have joined forces to create a unique Cadbury Creme Egg and Heinz [Seriously] Good Mayonnaise concoction. To create the curious concoction, Heinz’s chefs have blended Heinz [Seriously] Good Mayonnaise – made with quality ingredients and free-range eggs – with the gorgeous goo of a Cadbury Creme Egg and crème patissiere.Finished with chunky pieces of delectable Cadbury chocolate from Cadbury Creme Egg shells, the unusual union of the nation’s most popular sauce with everyone’s favourite Easter-time chocolate treat has resulted in a scrumptious spread.Heinz [Seriously] Good Cadbury Creme Egg Mayo works beautifully dolloped onto waffles or crumpets.Over the weekend, Heinz X Cadbury set up a unique Creme Egg installation at the Truman Brewery for passersby to try the delicious concoction.Martina Davis, Brand Manager at Heinz [Seriously] Good Mayonnaise, said: “In Heinz’s 150th anniversary year, we want to take every opportunity to celebrate and Easter has always been one of our favourite times of the year. So we set out to create the most Easter-y mayo we could. And who better to partner with than Cadbury Creme Egg – the kings and queens of Easter and another of the nation’s most loved brands! We’re delighted to launch the world’s first-ever Creme Egg Mayo, just in time for Easter. And very happy to report that it’s absolutely DELICIOUS. A real taste adventure. The only question we’re asking ourselves is why we haven’t done it sooner?!”Raphael Capitani, Brand Manager at Cadbury Creme Egg, said: “We’re excited to finally announce our partnership with Heinz to create this gloriously gooey, crazy combination and dream collaboration for so many Cadbury Creme Egg lovers. We couldn’t think of a better partner to make this spread. The surprising taste is so, so delicious!’  The post Heinz and Cadbury create the Mayo-Creme Egg combo appeared first on IPM Bitesize.]]>
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