Shock chocolate milk, loved by many kids, is now available in a family-size one-liter carton and contains 20% less sugar than regular chocolate milk.

July 12, 2007 08:42
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Tnuva has a new delicious dessert not meant for those who watch their calories. Called Triple, it consists of three layers; the available flavors are pear-chocolate-whipped cream, coconut-chocolate-whipped cream and strawberry-vanilla-whipped cream. Each tub is NIS 3.29, and you can find a three pack containing each flavor for NIS 8.88. To fix a very easy pasta meal, you can try the ready-made Pasta Nonna, found in the refrigerated department of selected supermarkets. New from Pasta Nonna are whole wheat pastas: fettuccini (NIS 19 for 400 gr.) and ravioli with ricotta cheese filling (NIS 17.49). On the package, you will find suggestions for the sauce, but you can also buy those ready-made. And if you opt for ordering in, you can choose the new lite pizza from Pizza Hut, supposedly containing 40 percent less fat than regular pizza thanks to the type of cheese used and the thin crust. A family-size pizza is NIS 55. Strauss Cremissimo ice cream has a few new flavors, also of the 2 percent fat variety. The three-chocolates ice cream (white chocolate, milk chocolate and bitter chocolate) was judged delicious in our home, but the coconut ice cream with chocolate bits was too offbeat for our tastes. New in the 2% fat series is vanilla-cookie crumbs; each tub is NIS 20.90. Tirat Zvi now also sells prepackaged sliced turkey and meat, not containing monosodium glutamate. You can find sliced charcoaled turkey breast, turkey breast in honey and smoked sliced meat; each 270-gr. package is NIS 19.95. Those who like Turkish coffee can now enjoy a mild version, produced by Elite. The mild Turkish coffee is especially suitable to be drunk with milk; a 100-gr. package is NIS 9.29. Shock chocolate milk, loved by many kids, is now available in a family-size one-liter carton and contains 20% less sugar than regular chocolate milk. The one-liter carton is NIS 8.59. Tapuchips has new pizza-flavored potato chips, combining two of most kids' favorite junk foods. The price for a 50-gr. bag is NIS 3.60.

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