Wesołych Swiat from Asda – This Easter fill your Swieconka baskets as Mum would

Wesołych Swiat from Asda - This Easter fill your Swieconka baskets as Mum would

Remember the time when mum would pack a bite of your favourite food in the Swieconka basket and take them to church to be blessed? Well, this year Asda has decided to make those memories come alive, and bring back that feeling of home by helping you celebrate Easter with authentic Polish goodies – just like mum would.

From indulging your sweet tooth to munching on savouries Asda has packed a feast for you this Easter. While Dr Oetker’s cake mixes will add the sweetness into the celebrations, the Dobre Red Cabbage and Smak grated beetroot will add a bit of spice. And the addition of 35 new lines will have something for everyone in the family.

Traditional Swieconka Must Haves:
This year Asda has decided to share some delicious delicacies must haves to fill your Swieconka basket, just in time for this Easter:

Blessing Food:
• Meats and sausages: With Roplek cooked meat, polish sausages and sopoka loin from Asda.
• Easter Eggs: Easter is incomplete without the festive tradition of Easter eggs. This year take your pick from the wide range at Asda to make your basket even more special.
• Confectionary: You can choose from cake mixes to Wedel chocolate bars, Wedel Delicje and Jutrzenka Jezyki.

Helen Yates, Customer Planning Manager for Asda’s Ethnic Ranges said: "We wanted to focus on creating a better range with more choice for our customers, whilst also reflecting the ‘Asda everyday low prices’ across all the products. And what better time than Easter where we can not only give them a taste of home but also make them feel at home."

Asda has consistently been growing its ethnic range year on year with an unrivalled selection of products relevant for the Poles in the UK. The high street supermarket has once again reaffirmed its commitment to its customers by announcing some positive changes to their existing Polish range providing its customers with authentic quality ingredients at unbeatable prices.

An Asda customer Agnieska Buczec said: "Back in Poland every year I would see my mother decorate the Swieconka basket with her best linen and homemade food. But once I came here I would crave for those delicacies. Now I don’t have to shop around to pick different things at different stores, I can just find a wide variety of Polish products at really good prices, thanks to Asda.”

So, for your next big festive shop head to your nearest Asda for an expansive range of Polish products and some great offers.

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