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Supplier Story: Las Paletas Artisan Fruit Lollies

We are just back from a hot Bloemfontein and suddenly it is summer in the Cape as well, so we are really looking forward to enjoy some of Las Paletas‘ artisan fruit ice lollies at KAMERS Stellenbosch 5-10 November.

Las Paletas at KAMERS vol geskenke

The Pretty Blog recently featured these delicious, healthy lollies:

My best food discovery, by far, at this year’s Good Food & Wine Show, was Las Paletas ice lollies. Their nostalgic look and flavours won me over at first glance, and of course they taste amazing too. Las Paletas is owned by Jason Sandell and his lovely Colombian wife, Diana. The two left their successful careers behind in London to pursue Diana’s foodie dreams, and came here to share a piece of Latin America with Cape Town. Las Paletas literally means ice lollies in Spanish, and is seen all year round in Colombia. Each lolly is handmade with love and attention to detail. Using only the purest of ingredients and no artificial flavours, colourants or additives, you can enjoy the carnival of flavours, guilt-free! …

Read the whole story on The Pretty Blog.

Las Paletas at KAMERS vol geskenke by Christine Meintjes on The Pretty Blog

SA’s well known food jammer, Jade De Waal, also loved Las Paletas at this year’s Good Food & Wine Show. Enjoy her interview with Jason and Diana in the first half of this video:

Make sure you taste Las Paletas’ artisan fruit ice lollies at KAMERS Stellenbosch, 5-10 November at Webersburg.

Photos: Las PaletasChristine Meintjes – The Pretty Blog

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