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Elephant House unveils Cumberland Sausages for the season


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This Christmas will be made special to all Sri Lankan consumers with Elephant House unveiling one of its legendary taste champions ‘EH Cumberland Sausages.’ The Traditional Cumberland Sausage has been a signature dish of Cumbria-England, for centuries and valued and sought after by renowned chefs and food critics across world and loved by many ‘foodies’. The most distinctive feature is that, it is spiral coil shaped which makes it unique amongst all sausages. This hunger-busting merry maker is full of seasoned, succulent pork and spices; giving the unique taste, ensuring it is one of a kind. Speaking on this seasonal product launch, Neil Samarasinghe (Head of Sales and Marketing, Vice President John Keells Holdings) said, “Elephant House Sausages introduces seasonal products every Christmas and we have seen our success in reaching consumers and been a part of their Christmas tables every year. This limited edition is a special and unique product that everyone ought to have with family and friends to celebrate the unforgettable moments of coming together in this Christmas to cherish more memories.” Elephant House Cumberland is available at every supermarket island wide and especially from Keells Supers; all HSBC Credit Card holders are entitled to 20% off on any Elephant House range until 31 Dec 2014.

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