This Mothers’ Day give your mom the gift of time! With her very own Wonderbag, she’ll be able to make delicious meals without wasting time watching food cook or worrying about it getting burnt. We’re giving away a Jenni Gifford-designed Wonderbag laden with semi-precious stones and lined with velvet to one lucky reader. The Wonderbag is a simple but revolutionary portable heat-retention cooker that once food has been brought to the boil, continues to cook for up to 12 hours. No plug or supervision needed.
So enter our competition now to win this one of a kind kitchen essential valued at R2000 that will make a statement on your table and provide a luxurious and practical way to cook AND save the planet at the same time.
Like the Wonderbag Facebook page to get regular updates on Wonderbag specials and monthly recipes. You can also donate to the Wonderbag Foundation on www.wonderbagfoundation.co.za where all proceeds will go towards the distribution of Wonderbags to families in need in SA.
More info on the Wonderbag:
The Wonderbag is a revolutionary, non-electric, heat retention cooker that allows food that has been brought to the boil by conventional methods, to continue to cook for up to 12 hours, without using any additional energy source. Not only is the Wonderbag a revolution in the kitchen, but it is also a recipe for social change. The world has embraced the Wonderbag because of its environmental attributes and particularly its social contributions, because for every bag sold around the world a contribution is made to the Wonderbag Foundation to help put more bags into the hands of those around the world who live in poverty and would greatly benefit from owning a Wonderbag.
Wonderbag was founded in South Africa six years ago by local entrepreneur and social activist, Sarah Collins, and the product was born out of a practical desire to continue cooking during a bout of Eskom load shedding. Since opening its doors the company has grown exponentially and this local product has crossed over borders into various overseas markets. Thanks to this daring move Wonderbags have grown from their SA home base and are now sold in countries across the globe, including America and the United Kingdom. The product was listed on Amazon.com in 2013 and sales have shown exponential growth since it was launched.
WIN! One lucky reader will stand a chance to win a Jenny Gifford Wonderbag! To enter, simply complete the entry form below. Terms and conditions apply. Competition ends 14 May 2017.
This competition is now closed.