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Jollibee Introduces Salted Caramel Choco Sundae

Jollibee, the country's number one fast food chain introduces a new soft serve dessert flavor- the salted caramel choco sundae. This is made from Jollibee's creamy vanilla ice cream covered with salted caramel and chocolate syrup.


"At Jollibee, we're always excited to look for product innovations and flavors that our consumers' palates clamor for," said Francis E. Flores, Jollibee Philippines Head of Marketing and Global Brand Chief Marketing Officer. "What's more is that, for the first time ever, Jollibee ventures towards the sweet, classic caramel favorite. But since it's our mission to elevate our consumers' dessert experience, we combine the exciting flavors of the decadent salted caramel- the level-up version of the classic caramel-- and sweet chocolate to continue exciting our customers."


The Salted Caramel Choco Sundae is available starting March 1, 2017 in all Jollibee stores for dine-in, take-out, and drive-thru transactions for only P29* solo. A mini sundae is also available as add-on for every value meal for only P20.



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