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Fresh Cuts: Product launches for the week to 10 September

10th September 2021 By Staff Reporter | news@foodticker.co.nz | @foodtickernz

Check what’s new to the market for the week up to 10 September 2021. 

Bell Tea spices up its black tea range, Yum’s new-look range has two new additions, Wellington Chocolate Factory pays homage to its Vanuatu cocoa growers and F. Whitlock & Sons gets meaty.

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Bell Tea has released two new black tea flavours into Foodstuffs and Countdown supermarkets.

Bell Tea has released two new special blend black teas in flavours chai spiced and caramel & ginger this week.

The chai spiced black tea is blended with cinnamon, ginger, cloves, fennel and black pepper and the caramel & ginger is a Ceylon tea made with rooibos, ginger, natural caramel flavours, cinnamon and spices.

The new varieties are available in 24-bag packs in Bell’s new look packaging in stores now from RRP $3.49.


Mighty fig granola and a pancake and waffle mix are the latest editions to Sarah Hedger’s redesigned and repackaged Yum range.

Two new products join the Yum range this week, which are being rolled out in redesigned curbside-recyclable packaging. 

The six-year-old Nelson company’s new mighty fig granola and vanilla & almond pancake and waffle mix will join the existing range of cacao & goji berry, original and coffee deluxe granolas.

The products are available at selected New World stores and online for $10.99 to $15.99RRP.


Wellington Chocolate Factory is staggering the release of a new Vanuatu dark chocolate bar starting with online sales.

A direct partnership with Vanuatu cocoa farmers promoting ethical chocolate trade means Wellington Chocolate Factory has developed a Vanuatu single original dark chocolate bar.

The 70% cocoa content, 75g pack features artwork from US-born, Wellington-based artist Mica Still.

The new release is available for purchase online now as a single origin three-pack with Ecuador and Peru varieties and single bars will be available for general purchase on September 17.


New F. Whitlock & Sons meat rubs will spice up the next barbecue feast.

Heinz Wattie’s brand F. Whitlock & Sons has released four flavoured meat rubs.

The range comprised 70-80g Louisiana-style, smoky mānuka, zesty Za’atar and Mexican-style rub tubs.

They are available in Countdown, New World and Pak’n Save stores for $7RRP.

 

 


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