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Chatime Mango Sticky Rice as a new takjil

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Chatime in Indonesia is offering “takjil kekinian anti mainstream” in the form of a new drink called Mango Sticky Rice. This Thai-inspired takjil (light snack to break the fast) for Ramadan taps into the popularity of all-things Thai. Rather than eating mango sticky rice, now you can drink it. We have seen a lot of mango sticky rice flavours in beverages. The price starts from IDR 26,000.

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