Collect your family’s treasured recipes this festive season with Food24 and McCain

Festive gifts are sorted this year, McCain, one of SA’s most trusted brands for quality, frozen vegetables, has joined forces with Food24 to offer South Africans the chance to create a fully customisable cookbook.

Never before has it been so easy to get a collection of your favourite recipes in a self-curated, one-of-a-kind personalised cookbook!

MCCain and Food24 personalised cookbook
Never before has it been so easy to get a collection of your favourite recipes in a self-curated, one-of-a-kind personalised cookbook

Helping families grow and thrive

You can upload your own family recipes, notes and images, choose from a selection of other recipes, and have it all printed as a 48-page personalised cookbook, delivered to your door.

Danielle de Villiers from McCain says, “This cookbook is a continuation of our mission to help families grow and thrive. You can now not only receive mouth-watering, easy-to-follow and accessible recipes that the whole family will love, but also pass on your own recipes to the next generation.”

“The values of family, real food and togetherness have served our brand well. We have always believed that food should be simple, inspiring and tasty. Armed with a worldly understanding of ever-changing trends, tastes and the diversity of modern families, we continue to innovate with new and exciting offerings that take delight in feeding real moments of togetherness and fun,” Danielle adds.

How to get a free personalised cookbook

Using a digital tool, you can create personalised cookbooks at a cost of R400 ex VAT per book. All details can be found here.

McCain is also giving away 2 500 FREE personalised cookbooks. All you need to do is buy two McCain products and WhatsApp a photo of your till slip to 066 412 1584 to enter and stand a chance of winning your book for free.

The McCain Family Cookbook has launched just in time to help you create the perfect gift this festive season.



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