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It is a cliché to say that being a mother is the most rewarding role any woman can have, but it is also true. Nothing beats seeing your child develop into a happy, healthy child. However, no one can dispute that being a mother comes with its difficulties. And every mother will tell you that deciding what snack to give is one of the most challenging tasks, especially when children are home all day.

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Preparing snacks has always been a challenge for Jolina Magdangal, pop icon, singer, actress, TV host and wife of Pele Magdangal.

As the face of Jolly Corn, Jolina has been able to discover a new way to snack and provide Pele with a quick, easy, healthy and fun snack that the company can market.

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The Jolly Corn is a simple-to-open merienda treat: simply pop the tab, grab a spoon and enjoy!

Jolly Corn, which is Sarap (delicious), crunchy and easy to eat from the can, is also available in prepared forms such as a dessert, salad or side dish.

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Photo courtesy: Jolly Corn

Jolly Corn, a cold dessert made with shaved ice and condensed milk, is popular among Filipinos. Other recipes include Cheesy Corn, a cold dessert made with shaved ice and condensed milk; Mais Con Yelo, a cold dessert made with shaved ice and condensed milk; and Maja Blanca, a famous Filipino dessert made with coconut milk, which can be served alone or as an accompaniment to main courses.


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Photo courtesy: Jolly Corn

In celebration of its expansion into the snack food category, Jolly Corn is pleased to announce that Jolina Magbanua has been named a new spokesperson for the company. She’s thrilled to be working with Jolly Corn and as an avid fan of their products, she’s looking forward to representing them at shows and events.

Jolly Corn is available in all supermarkets, grocery stores, public markets, and convenience stores around the Philippines. It can also be purchased on Lazada and Shopee, as well as on Acemarket.ph. For more information about Jolly Corn and its recipes, visit Jolly Food’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/JollyFoods.

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