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The gift that keeps on giving

When entrepreneur, social activist and innovator, Sarah Collins, took an age-old cooking technology and reinvented it into a modern-day, life-changing, sought-after kitchen accessory, she had no idea is would spiral into a product now recognized internationally as a catalyst for change and a viable solution to offset carbon emissions.

Found in both the poorest and most affluent of homes around the globe, the Wonderbag has been voted  Time Magazine’s Top 50 Genius Companies because of its simple but revolutionary benefits as a proudly South African slow-cooker.

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Put simply, the Wonderbag saves time, money and the planet while adding nutritional value to families who use it. Whether it’s for a family member, friend, colleague or someone who works for you, the impact of gifting a Wonderbag will be enormous. Don’t miss the Christmas specials online at www.wonderbagworld.com, on www.yuppiechef.co.za or www.takealot.com. Alternatively, head to a nearby Outdoor Warehouse to shop in-store.


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