Canberra’s freakshakes that conquered the world

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IN February “CityNews” featured Canberra’s Mother and Daughter “My Kitchen Rules” team Gina and Anna Petridis, who had not had a happy time on the show.

Their new venture in Manuka however, “Pâtissez”, has had astonishing success as social media, and then every social media driven news compiler in the world has gone wild for their “Freakshakes”.

Google is reporting 32,100 results for a search of their name.

The story has been picked up by outlets such as:

  • The Daily Mail
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Bustle
  • The London Telegraph
  • Mashable
  • The Irish Examiner
  • The New Zealand Herald
  • The Huffington Post
  • Business Insider India
  • MTV
  • Buzzfeed
  • Metro

Well done ladies, it’s been a lot of good global publicity for Canberra!

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