An American delicacy that is gaining in popularity. Fluff is a marshmallow paste, super American. A tasty, light and airy sweet paste.

A Fluffernutter is easy to make. Spread one slice of bread with Fluff and one with peanut butter. Fold it up and you have a real American Fluffernutter…….yum!!!
You can also use Fluff to your desserts, shakes, cakes and biscuits into something truly special.

Canada Dry

For more than 100 years, Canada Dry has been best known for its ginger ale, but Canada Dry also has other soft drinks and mixes. Canada Dry has its origins in Canada.

The “Dry” in the brand’s name refers to the drink not being sweet, as in a dry wine. When John J. McLaughlin, who first formulated “Canada Dry Pale Ginger Ale”, originally created his new soft drink, it was far less sweet than other ginger ales available at the time; as such, he called it “dry”.

Mississippi Belle

Mississippi Belle products have a rich history. They have existed for a long time and were once served on steamboats in America. Mississippi Belle products range from pancake mix to salad dressing and from mac & cheese to hot sauce. Check out the full range on https://www.mississippi-belle.com/.


Authentic American lemonade. Delicious lemonades from Wisconsin, Milwaukee. The basis of the lemonades is simple but effective. Fresh lemon and/or lime peels. This gives the lemonades a fresh flavour. Calypso has a nice assortment of different flavours. Calypso also has a nice light range.


Authentic American crisps. Herr’s has a great range of various types of American crisps. Such as cheese pops, flat chips, kettle chips and corn based chips. Herr’s crisps keeps innovating, so regularly check to see if there are any new flavours.


Jif Peanutbutter is the number one peanut butter in America. In addition to the well-known creamy and crunchy flavours, Jif also has other amazing flavours such as creamy Honey and creamy Omega 3. Besides the jars, Jif also comes in squeeze tubes and portion packs.


Do you love baking? Then Crisco shortening is an essential part of your kitchen cupboard. You can use this vegetable fat for various things related to baking. Use it to grease your cutters or as a substitute for butter when baking cakes and tarts. You can also use Crisco when rolling out fondant or marzipan, to prevent the product from sticking to the worktop. Crisco is a vegetable fat (shortening).