DKSH spreads fun with Skippy on the World Sandwich Day @DIY Bites Studio, Setia City Mall

November 06, 2019

Do you know what is so special about 3rd November 2019? Is world Sandwich Day! I always love making my own sandwich as I can add more ingredients to my sandwich. Sandwiches are simple in the sense that the only rule you truly have to follow to make a sandwich is that you need to put something in between two slices of bread. But great sandwiches constitute more than just an ordinary PB&J (peanut butter and jelly). Great sandwiches balance protein, dairy, vegetables, sauces and bread into a perfect food item. Do you agree with me?


On this meaningful day, DKSH Business Unit Consumer Goods, the leading Market Expansion Services provider for Fast Moving Consumer Goods in Asia, has partnered with SKIPPY® PEANUT BUTTER and DIY Bites Studio on the World Sandwich Day to celebrate the birth of this much-beloved food item. The event took place at Setia City Mall in attendance of nine-year-old culinary prodigy Chef Leah Choy and Chef Jie Low.




The event started with the opening speech by May Ang, Manager from SKIPPY® PEANUT BUTTER whereby May shares some fun facts about World Sandwich Day. At the same time, both chefs were having a friendly match as each of them will be given a certain time to create their own sandwiches.






At the same time, we get to hand- on doing our own sandwich version using rice crackers by incorporating the delicious and smooth taste of Skippy peanut butter. The  inspirational recipes specially created by the culinary experts at Skippy and DIY Bites Studio. Start from mixing the rice crackers with chocolate, whipping the cream, freezing it, squeeze on Skippy peanut butter and add on some decoration. Finally, my own sandwich version is ready.







I love the pouch packaging of the Skippy Peanut butter and you just squeeze on your sandwich. Due to lightweight packaging, I don't mind bring with me during travel as I can enjoy Skippy peanut butter anytime.



Do check out Skippy Malaysia Facebook or Instagram account for new recipes or updates. 



About Hormel Foods International Corporation
In 1891, George A. Hormel founded Hormel Foods in Austin, Minn. While we are proud of those small-town roots, we are excited as we continue to bring our iconic products to the global market. For more than 125 years, Hormel Foods has brought innovation, beloved brands and outstanding value to our consumers, customers, communities and shareholders. We are proud of this milestone but are motivated by our future. We remain focused on our purpose statement – Inspired People. Inspired Food. – by building on our founder’s legacy of innovation, quality and integrity.

On January 3, 2013, Hormel Foods International Corporation announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the Skippy peanut butter business from Unilever United States Inc., of Englewood Cliffs, N.J.  The deal includes Skippy manufacturing plants in Little Rock, Ark. and Weifang (Shandong Province), China.  Hormel ships Skippy to Malaysia from Weifang, China plant to provide Malaysian consumers with fresh tasty peanut butter with halal certification.

About DKSH
DKSH is the leading Market Expansion Services provider with a focus on Asia. The Group helps other companies and brands to grow in the Consumer Goods, Healthcare, Performance Materials and Technology sectors. DKSH’s portfolio of services includes sourcing, market insights, marketing and sales, distribution and logistics as well as after-sales services. Publicly listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange, the Group operates in 35 markets with 33,000 specialists, generating net sales of CHF 11.3 billion in 2018. With its strong Swiss heritage and long business tradition since 1865, DKSH is deeply rooted in Asia Pacific. The DKSH Business Unit Consumer Goods focuses on fast moving consumer goods, food services, luxury goods, fashion and lifestyle products as well as hair and skin cosmetics. With around 19,760 specialists, the Business Unit generated net sales of CHF 3.9 billion in 2018.

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