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World Prematurity Day

Friday the 17th of November is annual World Prematurity Day. Premature birth is the leading cause of death worldwide in children under the age of five.  Babies born too early are more susceptible to long-term health problems that affect the brain, the lungs, hearing or vision.

In South Africa, 15% of all births, which equates to one in seven babies, are born preterm¹. Globally around 15 million babies (12% of all births) are born preterm and one million die due to complications² and a lack of proper healthcare.

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McCain Launches the new limited edition Spicy Wedges with a surprise intersection giveaway

McCain South Africa recently upped the spice and launched the new limited-edition McCain Spicy Wedges by surprising people travelling home from work on Friday the 3rd of November.  People travelling past M68 and Klipspruit Valley Road in Soweto, Johannesburg were given a free pack of McCain Spicy Wedges to try out.

The new limited-edition McCain Spicy Wedges are the perfect big bite, crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside with a hint of spice. Overall 2000 pack of McCain Spicy Wedges were handed out to people travelling through the intersection, in the hopes of adding spice to their Friday night dinners.

 

 

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When To Supplement Your Childs Diet

Children come in all shapes and sizes. But if you’re noticing that your child is shorter than her friends at school, it’s natural to wonder, “is my child growing normally?”

Most children take well to eating solids for the very first time. Being naturally inquisitive, children will try a variety of gloopy and colourful tastes and textures. Unfortunately, as babies become toddlers, their tastes in foods begin to change dramatically.

They may even start to become selective or picky about what they eat.

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Mrs Ball’s hosts the first of six “Its What’s Inside Pop-Up Experience around the country
 
Mrs Ball’s Chutney recently hosted its first “It’s What’s Inside Pop-Up Experience,” at La Rosa Mexican Grill in Honeydew, Johannesburg. 

The Mrs Ball’s “Its What’s Inside Pop-Up Experience” was created to bring to life the newly launched online Mrs Ball’s Food Market, your digital recipe inspiration guide. “We wanted to create an experience for consumers to taste and see how Mrs Ball’s can be incorporated into different cuisines and dishes,” says Adley Reddy, Brand Manager for Mrs Ball’s Chutney.

Chef Greg Brown, from La Rosa Mexican Grill, pulled out all the stops with his Mrs Ball’s inspired menu. This included a deliciously fresh shrimp cocktail starter made with the Mrs Ball’s Light Chutney which added a little bite to the dish.

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