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Fresh Cuts: Product launches for the week to 5 November

5th November 2021 By Staff Reporter | news@foodticker.co.nz | @foodtickernz

Check what’s new to the market for the week to 5 November 2021.

This week, Fix & Fogg trials compostable nut butter sachets, Healtheries sources Nelson apples for new cider vinegar, and Chantal Organics’ probiotic protein packs a punch.

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Fix & Fogg is trialling three new home compostable nut butter sachets.

Wellington-based nut butter B Corp Fix & Fogg has started a trial of single-serve, home compostable sachets this week, ahead of a proposed commercial roll-out.

The nut butter manufacturer said it spent three years trialling and testing different home compostable materials to come up with the packaging, which is made in New Zealand from three different compostable films derived from sustainably-produced wood pulp and GMO-free corn sources.

The trial will see the three flavours in the 8g pouch range distributed for free in online orders, in weekly food delivery boxes, or at local events.


Healtheries’ new apple cider vinegar ‘immunity’ product.

Healtheries has turned to Nelson apples for its latest release, a new apple cider vinegar.

The health foods and supplements company released the ‘immunity’ product blended with vitamin C and zinc to market this week

The 350ml unpasteurised, unfiltered vinegar will be rolled out into most New Zealand supermarkets.


Chantal Organics’ probiotic protein bars hit the market this week.

Riding the superfood snacks wave, organics manufacturer Chantal Organics has gone live with a new range of probiotic protein bars.

Each 45g bar contained 10g of plant-based protein and is available in three flavours.

The snack bars are being sold in selected New World and Pak’n Save supermarkets, organic grocery specialists Huckleberry and health food stores nationwide.


Hellers’ chorizo sausage strips arrive in time for bbq season.

Hellers’ new chorizo sausage strips have hit the market just in time for the summer barbecue season.

The Christchurch meat processor has developed sausage strips that look like bacon and bring a spicy kick to the plate.

The 200g pack of chorizo sausage strips can be found at the Christchurch factory shop or in most supermarkets.

 

 


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