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Maya and the Disney Magical World of Baking

Make family bonding time family baking time with the latest from Maya and Walt Disney.
 Maya, the brand that Filipinos love and Walt Disney Company (Philippines) Inc. has come together to bring the best products for your baking needs.
 
            The new Maya Pancake and Baking Mix allows you to create that uniquely delicious pancake and waffle. Use it to bake your favorite cakes and cookies. It is enriched with niacin for more energy, iron to prevent anemia, thiamin to fight stress and riboflavin for growth making it your best choice for your children.
 
The 350g box comes in two colorful designs, Mickey Mouse with Donald Duck and Disney Princesses Snow White, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty. 
 
            Maya All-Purpose Flour Enriched and Pre-sifted is your all-around baking and cooking companion. You can bake tarts and pies, bread fish and meat, thicken soup and gravy. It is enriched with Retinol Palmitate or Vitamin A for better vision and Ascorbic Acid or Vitamin C for a stronger immune system.  It comes in 400g and 800g boxes with Mickey Mouse and his happy gang of Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Pluto.
 
            Disney Frozen characters Elsa, Anna and Olaf grace Maya Cake Flour Enriched and Pre-sifted. It is enriched with Vitamin A, Iron, Riboflavin and Thiamin and is best for baking your favorite cake recipes. It comes in a 400g box.
 
            Mickey and Pluto greet you on the box of Maya Champorado. This Chocolate Rice Porridge Mix is a rich blend of high-grade cocoa powder and sticky glutinous rice for an awesome breakfast or snack. Be creative and use it to make cookies, rice pops and more. Each box of 227g comes with 2 packs of champorado mix.
 
            Bake magic together with Maya and Walt Disney.  Maya Pancake and Baking Mix, Maya All Purpose Flour, Maya Cake Flour and Maya Champorado are available in supermarkets nationwide. For recipes log on to www.themayakitchen.com and www.newgenbaker.com




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