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Fresh Cuts: Product launches for the week to 22 October

22nd October 2021 By Staff Reporter | | @foodtickernz

Check what’s new to the market for the week to 22 October 2021.

This week, Proper Crisps releases a big hop kick with Garage Project, Mother Earth puts wellbeing first with its new functional bars and Lindauer brings Italian Prosecco to New Zealand.

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Nelson’s Proper Crisps and Wellington’s Garage Project have teamed up on a new collaboration.

Nelson potato chip manufacturer Proper Crisps has teamed up with Wellington brewer Garage Project on a snacking collaboration made for summer.

The six-pack of IPA beers were created with the addition of Proper’s potatoes used in the mash, layered with Nelson and American hops at Garage Project’s Wellington brewery. The new 150g bag of Proper Crisps came in home compostable packaging.

The beer and chip products can be found in most New Zealand supermarkets and Australian liquor stores from next month.

Lindauer has added two Italian prosecco varietals to its special reserve range.

New Zealand winemaker Lindauer has added two new Italian Prosecco DOC varieties to its special reserve collection.

The Lindauer Prosecco DOC and Prosecco DOC Rosé were released this month as part of a collaboration between the award-winning Kiwi winemaker and Zonin 1821, a top Italian wine producer and the largest family-owned Prosecco company in Italy.

The two new products can be found in most supermarkets and liquor stores from 25 October for $18.99 RRP.

New Tutū apple cider is in stores now.

When a devastating hail storm damaged thousands of apples destined for export on Boxing Day last year, the new Tutū Cider brand was born to make use of the fruit.

Owner Kono has launched the drink into retail this week, extending its existing beverage portfolio.

Tutū Cider is available for purchase in six-packs for $23.99 RRP and single 330ml cans for $4.99 RRP at selected supermarkets and liquor stores nationwide and at

Mother Earth’s new Wellbeing Bars promote healthy snacking.

New Wellbeing Bars have been added to Mother Earth’s range of muesli and snack bars this week.

The three baked oat bars were the latest functional foods released by the company, owned by Prolife Foods, and featured seeds, nuts, grains, fruit and chocolate ingredients.

The three flavours promoted improved functions of bliss, boost and sustain and were available in most New Zealand supermarkets for $4.30.

Red Bull has released a new watermelon-flavoured drink to its red edition range.

Red Bull has added to its red edition energy drink range with a new watermelon-flavoured release.

The red edition watermelon was first launched in the United States and Australia before making it to New Zealand shores.

The 250ml watermelon-flavoured Red Bull can be found in most New Zealand supermarkets, convenience stores and service stations for around $2.39.

Much Moore has expanded its premium range with a new fairy bread ice cream this week.

Much Moore ice cream is getting nostalgic with its latest release, a new premium fairy bread flavour.

Kiwi kids’ party favourites, hundreds and thousands breads and biscuits, are sprinkled through the ice cream made at Much Moore’s East Tamaki factory.

The 2L “premium awesome fairy bread ice cream” can be found in most New Zealand supermarkets.



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