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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Manischewitz Dairy-Free Chocolate and Vanilla Frostings

OK, you probably never heard of the R.A.B. Food Group. But they are probably the biggest name in kosher foods. They own Rokeach, Mother's, Mrs. Adler's, Goodman's and many others.

And Manischewitz.

Which is filling a tremendous need in the dairy-free community by introducing Dairy-Free Rich & Creamy Vanilla Frosting and Dairy-Free Rich & Creamy Chocolate Frosting to go along with their pareve Extra Moist Yellow Cake Mix and Extra Moist Chocolate Cake Mix.

Those with dairy allergies who were disappointed that Duncan Hines discontinued its line of dairy-free cakes mixes now have something to turn to.

And the frostings, they say, are the only dairy-free frostings on the market. They're sold in a 12 ounce re-sealable canister with a suggested retail price of $2.29.

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