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Saturday 21 May 2022

Fresh Cuts: What’s new for the week to 13 May?

13th May 2022 By Staff Reporter | news@foodticker.co.nz | @foodtickernz

Check what’s new to the market for the week to 13 May 2022. Do you have a new product scheduled for release? Send us the details at product@foodticker.co.nz and we’ll help spread the news.

A functional collagen beauty snack hits NZ shores, non-alcoholic drinks company Lyre adds a winter warmer, Mondelēz continues the Cadbury Caramilk innovation, and Fix & Fogg goes beyond nuts.


A functional snack from Australian company Krumble Foods has landed in New Zealand supermarkets.

Beauty Bites are said to be Australia’s first fully functional collagen beauty snack and gut health supplement.

A range of flavours including salted caramel and triple choc chip, available online or at Countdown with an RRP of $4 for a 32g bar.


From ‘better for you snacks’ to alcohol-free drinks: Non-alcoholic drinks company Lyre’s has added a Highland Malt to its range.

The Whisky style beverage has been crafted with distinct and contemporary flavours to capture the essence of a blended malt whisky, one of the world’s most revered spirits.

It is available online from Lyres for RRP $54.99 (700ml bottle) or $24.43 (200ml bottle) or from stockists Farro Fresh, Super Liquor, Liquorland and selected retailers across national liquor chains.


Fix & Fogg has launched its first product without nuts to join the F&F line-up.

At the request US grocery chain Whole Foods Market, the nut butter company has produced Cookie Butter made to match the flavour and crunch of a Belgian style, speculoos cookie.

It is being sold through Fix & Fogg’s New Zealand and US online stores, its Eva Street window, Moore Wilson’s, Farro, Pak’n Save and New World.


Mondelēz’s is keeping the Cadbury Caramilk innovation rolling into freezers.

Following last week’s Caramilk Mousse Cake, this week it comes in the form of stick ice-creams.

Sold as singles or a pack of four, the ice creams are arriving in petrol stations and dairies this week, while supermarkets will begin selling them later this month.

 

 


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