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Holiday Season Bonding with Jolly Sweet-Sarap Spaghetti Family Pan

There's more reason to bond with the family this holiday season especially as Christmas time nears. Of course, bonding is made more special when there's bountiful food on the table that includes sweet-sarap Jolly Spaghetti. And with Jolly Spaghetti Family Pan, every one is sure to have lots of fun.


Jolly Spaghetti has that uniquely Filipino taste that we all love especially the sweet-sarap spaghetti sauce, hotdog bits, meaty ground beef, and creamy cheese that makes it a delightful family favorite.

"Jolly Spaghetti has always been a favorite among Filipino kids and the young-at-heart," said Cathleen Capati, Jollibee's AVP for Flagship Category. "And with the Jolly Spaghetti Family Pan, there's simply more to love and more to share. Imagine the sweet-sarap smiles that will greet you when you come home bearing the Jolly Spaghetti Family Pan, and the delightful meal you'll serve with every member of the family to make the holiday season feel more special."

Jolly Spaghetti Family Pan is available in all Jollibee branches nationwide for dine-in, take-home, delivery, or even drive-thru for only P199.00


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