19th November 2021 By Staff Reporter | firstname.lastname@example.org | @foodtickernz
Check what’s new to the market for the week to 19 November 2021.
This week, Wooden Spoon Freezery teams up with Pāmu for a deer milk ice cream, Wellington Chocolate Factory fizzes with a hibiscus and blackberry chocolate, Clipper Tea gets groovy and Lewis Road goes curd and tart.
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Boutique Wellington ice cream manufacturer Wooden Spoon Freezery has partnered with state-owned farmer Pāmu/Landcorp using its deer milk powder for a vanilla-flavoured ice cream.
The 10-year-old independently-owned company launched the limited edition product this week exclusively into Moore Wilson’s stores in Wellington and Wairarapa.
This would be a new retail foray for Pāmu’s deer milk powder, which has already started to gain traction in foodservice alongside other Pāmu products including venison, lamb and beef.
Martinborough’s Palliser Estate Winery has partnered with Wellington Chocolate Factory to create a limited-edition chocolate bar.
The eight-year-old Wellington chocolatier’s latest collaboration used Vanuatu-sourced cocoa beans to create the hibiscus and blackberry dark chocolate bar aimed to be paired with the Marlborough winery’s The Griffin chardonnay and pinot noir wine.
The bar is being sold at WCF’s Eva Street base, its Lambton Quay Christmas pop-up store, and online as well as by Palliser Estate.
UK-made organic tea brand Clipper Tea is adding to its range in New Zealand supermarkets.
Chantal Organics, which distributes the brand, has introduced one new flavour, the “groovy” hemp, lemongrass and ginger.
The product can be found at New World, Pak n Save, Four Square, organic grocer Huckleberry and health food stores across New Zealand for $6.49RRP.
A second new ice-cream has hit retail freezers this week, with dairy producer Lewis Road Creamery launching a lemon and gin botanicals product.
The lemon curd-based dessert is the latest addition to the premium ice cream range Lewis Road launched in 2016, following its milk and butter ranges.
The 470ml tubs are being sold at New World supermarkets nationwide.
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