Nestle back at Big Bash 1998

September 1998
Marketing Event;Sep98, p6
Announces that Nestle's Sun-Pat, a brand of peanut butter, will join the 1998 Big Bash event of CBBC at the National Exhibition Center in November 1998. Comment from Dave Wilkinson, category development manager at Nestle.


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