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Say ‘cheese!’ with Gardenia’s yummy new treats

A lot of cheesy goodness is in every bite of Gardenia’s two new products, Gardenia Cheese Toasties and Gardenia Cheese Buns.

Made from freshly baked bread sprinkled with cheesy goodness and baked to a light golden crisp, Gardenia Cheese Toasties make for a scrumptious snack any time of the day – whether you’re at home, in school, at work, stuck in traffic, watching TV, hanging out with friends or whatever it is you are doing. It’s the perfect answer to junk food cravings because it delivers superior cheese flavor and the satisfying crunch of chips – minus the transfat. Gardenia Cheese Toasties is handy to keep around at home and easy to bring with you wherever you might be headed. It’s also delish for salads, as an accompaniment to pasta, or dunked in your favorite soup. 

Gardenia Cheese Buns on the other hand is the quintessence of Gardenia’s famous tagline: “Masarap… kahit walang palaman.” The buns have that perfect blend of rich cheesy flavor and the sweetness of milk that bring a delightful snacking experience up to the last bite.  Baked fresh everyday with the finest ingredients and transfat free, Gardenia Cheese Buns are deliciously soft, flavorful, and made even more mouthwatering by the milky cheese-flavored streusel toppings that leave you craving for more!

Gardenia Cheese Toasties and Gardenia Cheese Buns are just two more yummy new treats brought to you by Gardenia, the Big Cheese of Baked Goods. For other exciting snack treats, visit gardenia.com.ph.


Follow them on facebook.com/gardeniaph for updates, promos, and fun events. Gardenia Cheese Toasties and Gardenia Cheese Buns are available at leading supermarkets and convenience stores nationwide.

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