Food | Jan 18

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Seven-Eleven Introduces New Products Featuring Melon Cream and Fondant Chocolat with Berry Sauce

TOKYO, Jan 18 (News On Japan) - Seven-Eleven Japan is rolling out a variety of new products this week, starting January 16th, try out their new melon bread that uses whipped cream made from Furano melons or a fondant chocolat with a tangy berry chocolate sauce as the highlight.

The "Whipped Melon Bread with Furano Melon" will be available nationwide from January 16th, priced at 182 yen including tax. The "Fondant Chocolat with Berry Chocolate Sauce" will be sold sequentially starting January 16th in Hokkaido, Tohoku region, Ibaraki, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, and Kanagawa prefectures, with a price tag of 268 yen including tax.

Source: Dengeki


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