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Fresh Cuts – What’s new for the week to 14 April?

14th April 2022 By Staff Reporter | news@foodticker.co.nz | @foodtickernz

Check what’s new to the market for the week to 14 April 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.

DB Breweries goes back to the future with a new (old) lager, Rebel Bakehouse expands its gluten free range, Silver Fern Farms has something new for the freezer aisle and Maggi gets in on the air fryer trend.


Silver Fern Farms has introduced its Pure Burger range into the freezer aisle, going after customers that want convenience “without compromising on quality”.

The range includes beef burgers with brisket or short rib, lamb burgers with rump, venison and beef burgers with venison short rib, and beef sliders with brisket.

Every pack sold from the five-strong range will see $1 donated to the Meat the Need charity.

The 720g packs are available now in supermarkets nationwide, priced from $17.50, as well as online at Gourmet Direct.


A new wrap has joined the Rebel Bakehouse gluten free range.

The Breadcraft-owned speciality bakery brand has used wild yeast from the Wairarapa to create its own gluten free starter for the new sourdough and super seeds wrap.

The 320g pack of four is available in supermarkets nationwide. 


Nestlé’s seasonings, instant soups, and noodles brand Maggi has launched its first Air Fryer Seasoned Coating Range, tapping into the increasing use of the kitchen appliance and the convenience trend.

The four seasoned coatings comprise Crunchy Southern Style, Crispy Japanese Style, Herbed French Style Roast, and Crunchy Three Cheese and Garlic.

They are on sale at supermarkets across the country.


DB Breweries reckons beer enthusiasts are going to be in retro-heaven with the announcement that Kiwi Lager, a beer that was wildly popular in the 1980s, will be returning to shelves around New Zealand for the first time in decades.

Sporting the original retro logo and the famous green and gold cans, Kiwi Lager is a full-flavoured, crisp lager that offers drinkers a touch of refreshing nostalgia and the opportunity to hark back to simpler times.

The 15 pack of 330ml cans has a RRP of $19.99.

 

 


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