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Rusks, Biscuits, & Cookies

  • Ouma's Rusks • Buttermilk Chunky
    Ouma's Rusks • Buttermilk Chunky
    South Africa's most loved rusk, baked to sheer perfection. Ouma's rusks are sought after by South Africans globally. Ouma's is the oldest rusk manufacturer in South Africa and provides a diverse range of flavors. Rusks are perfect for dunking and as an everyday snack. South Africans use as a refreshment, served with coffee. Flavor Buttermilk Net Weight ~15-18oz Ingredients Contains: Gluten... South Africa's most loved rusk, baked to sheer perfection. Ouma's rusks are soug...
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  • Ouma's Rusks • Condensed Milk
    Ouma's Rusks • Condensed Milk
    A sweet, and creamy condensed milk flavor rusk. South Africa's most loved rusk, baked to sheer perfection. Ouma's rusks are sought after by South Africans globally. Ouma's is the oldest rusk manufacturer in South Africa and provides a diverse range of flavors. Rusks are perfect for dunking and as an everyday snack. South Africans use as a refreshment, served with coffee. Flavor Condensed Milk Net... A sweet, and creamy condensed milk flavor rusk. South Africa's most loved rusk, ...
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  • Ouma's Rusks • Muesli
    Ouma's Rusks • Muesli
    A sweet, and creamy condensed milk flavor rusk. South Africa's most loved rusk, baked to sheer perfection. Ouma's rusks are sought after by South Africans globally. Ouma's is the oldest rusk manufacturer in South Africa and provides a diverse range of flavors. Rusks are perfect for dunking and as an everyday snack. South Africans use as a refreshment, served with coffee. Flavor Condensed Milk Net... A sweet, and creamy condensed milk flavor rusk. South Africa's most loved rusk, ...
  • Baker's Choc kits • Crunchy Oat Choc
    Baker's Choc kits • Crunchy Oat Choc
    Our most popular biscuit! A delicious chocolate oat biscuit, with a chocolate center. Flavor Crunchy Oat Choc Biscuits Store in a dry place. Once opened, transfer to an air-tight container. This image belongs to Baker's company and its rightful owners. Our most popular biscuit! A delicious chocolate oat biscuit, with a chocolate ce...
  • Baker's Choc kits • White Crunchy Oat Choc
    Baker's Choc kits • White Crunchy Oat Choc
    Our most popular biscuit! A delicious chocolate oat biscuit, with a chocolate center. Flavor White Chocolate Crunchy Oat Choc Biscuits Store in a dry place. Once opened, transfer to an air-tight container. This image belongs to Baker's company and its rightful owners. Our most popular biscuit! A delicious chocolate oat biscuit, with a chocolate ce...
  • Baker's Red Label • Lemon Cream Biscuits
    Baker's Red Label • Lemon Cream Biscuits
    The magic in the Baker's Red Label Lemon Cream is in the zesty flavored lemon cream. Size 200g Ingredients: Biscuit: Wheat Flour (Gluten), Sugar, Unhydrogenated Vegetable Oil (Palm Fruit), Golden Syrup (3.5%), Butter Syrup [Sugar, Glucose, Butter (Milk), Emulsifiers (E471, E322 (Soya)), Malic Acid], Salt, Whey Powder (Milk), Raising Agents (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate),... The magic in the Baker's Red Label Lemon Cream is in the zesty flavored lemon cr...
  • Baker's • Tennis Biscuits Biscuits
    Baker's • Tennis Biscuits Biscuits
    Try Baker's finest ingredients in this delicious Tennis Biscuits. Size 200g Ingredients: Biscuit: Wheat Flour (Gluten), Sugar, Butter (8%)(Milk), Desiccated Coconut (7%) (Preservative (Sodium Metabisulphite)), Unhydrogenated Vegetable Oil (Palm Fruit), Golden Syrup (2.5%), Eggs, Glucose Syrup (1%), Salt, Whey Powder (Milk), Raising Agents (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate),... Try Baker's finest ingredients in this delicious Tennis Biscuits. Size 200g Ingr...
  • Baker's Blue Label • Marie Biscuits
    Baker's Blue Label • Marie Biscuits
    Marie biscuits first appeared in South Africa as far back as 1898 when the Baumann family acquired a 2nd biscuit-making plant capable of producing ‘fancy biscuits’. It is said, however, that the 1st Marie was first produced in 1895 by British biscuit-maker Peek and Frean, and named in honour of the then Duke of Edinburgh’s bride … “Marie.” The name is generic and used by numerous... Marie biscuits first appeared in South Africa as far back as 1898 when the Bauma...