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Checkers Sixty60 delivers joy with sweet surprises this holiday season  

| Social Responsibility

South Africa’s biggest on-demand grocery delivery service, Checkers Sixty60, has joined forces with celebrated chocolatier Beyers Chocolates to spoil hundreds of thousands of customers with a one-of-a-kind treat.  

From Wednesday 13 December, while stocks last, every Sixty60 order will be accompanied by a limited-edition Sweetie Pie that has been exclusively customised - combining the iconic chocolate's classic red foil with Checkers' discernible teal to create a playful candy cane and heart design that beautifully marries both brands’ message of sharing the love this season.  

The Sweetie Pie, locally made with responsibly sourced cocoa, has been a much-loved confectionary through many generations and takes anyone who indulges in the pillowy marshmallow goodness on a nostalgic journey to a time when family gathered for the holidays and splendid memories were created.  

Checkers Sixty60 continues to spread joy, delivering these moments of sheer delight to customers across the nation. 

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