8th December 2023 Fresh Cuts / Product
Woolworths brings back a smash hit, Scapegrace goes for the Perfect 10, and Duck Island Ice Cream releases a trifecta of treats.
What has the QSR fraternity cooked up for the festive season? Krispy Kreme, Pizza Hut and Subway unveil new Christmas treats.
Arnott’s puts a gluten free spin on one of its classics, Goodfood Group extends its dairy free brand, Duck Island and Garage Project’s new collab, and its strawberries and cream from Brown Brothers.
Hellers and Bluebird combine in a meaty merger, Prolife Food extends its snack game, and Hop Federation celebrates 10 years.
FSL Foods launches an exclusive in Countdown, Goodfood adds to its Food Snob range, Harmony delivers a banging banger, and new Seltz Drops drop.
Early Christmas cheer from Whittaker’s and Nestlé, Me Today’s new infused honey range, and Frucor Suntory’s latest coffee in a can option.
Rutherford & Meyer put a twist on a classic, Paddy Gower and Karen O’Leary get involved in NPD, and a Garage Project cult favourite gets a spicy makeover.
Green Meadows Beef adds pickle, Lewis Road gets a citrus twist, Tip Top and Frucor Suntory collab in the chiller, as do Ben & Jerry’s and Tony’s Chocolonely, and Good Cocktail Co’s new garnish.
Its a drinks-heavy line-up led by the latest from Hendrick’s Gin, a seasonal release from Hop Federation, and Pals departs from pastels.
A line-up of limited editions and summer specials from Rebel Bakehouse, Wellington Chocolate Factory, Coca-Cola Oceania, DB Breweries, and Good Sh*t Soda.
With summer around the corner, Heineken goes low-carb, Asahi collabs on a Major Major flavour, Six Barrel Soda’s feel-good vibes, and KFC gets into jewellery.
Allpress gets in on the iced coffee game, Dilmah goes for flavoured iced tea, Pete’s Natural collabs for kids, Whittaker’s pumps out two limited editions, and Eta has a fundraising collab.
Pure Delish rolls out its wellness range, Ferrero launches a novel Tic Tac, State of Play mixes it up, and an experimental offering from Six Barrel Soda.
Nespresso brings back its limited-edition seasonal flavour, Mondelez refreshes its Cadbury Roses, and Sealord adds to its foodservice offering.
Eat Kinda has a new flavour going into Hell Pizza, Taranaki Bio Extracts launches a B2B ingredients range, and Garage Project adds a better-for-you beer.
Griffin’s launches a limited edition Eta offer, Wattie’s enters a new category, Asahi adds an RTD, and Krispy Kreme revives the doggo doughnut.
Sweet new releases from nut butter companies Forty Thieves and Fix & Fogg, which collabs with Cookie Time, while dairy-free darling Angel Food adds a feta to its line-up.
Lewis Road adds Half & Half, street artist Gasp is drafted in for a Doritos limited edition, and Healtheries’ new type of gummy.
Farrah’s unwraps a new pizza base line, Duck Island teams up with The Avo Tree, and Moa Brewing gets in on the better-for-you action.
Almighty delivers a twist on a classic, First Light Meats enters a new category, and Krispy Kreme partners with Cookie Time for doughnut indulgence.
Fix & Fogg adds a choc option, Nestlé brings back KitKat Plant Based, Jess’s Underground Kitchen adds protein, and Brothers Beer x Blue Frog = Granola Stout.
Chobani x Countdown x All Blacks = limited edition, Meyer Cheese marks Matariki, Frucor Suntory expands The Real McCoy, and Six Barrel’s latest experiment.
Griffin’s Snackachangi goes all-American, Hutchinsons debuts a meal kit brand in NZ, and Nespresso has a new (cold) brew.
Chobani launches two new ranges, Sprig & Fern’s limited edition with a new hop varietal, DB’s Odd Company looks for company, and AF Drinks’ 31-pack is back.
Breakfast brands Blue Frog and Pic’s collab, as do Nestlé and Arnott’s for a new coffee offering, while Terps & Co has a new limited run for Dry July.
Fast-growing US snack brand Chipoys land in NZ, Lewis Road brings back its Matariki milk, and Hunt and Gather Bee Co adds a new spiced honey.
Angel Food’s cracks plant-based sour cream, Mondelēz continues to pump out the lump innovation, and Hubbards goes light with Collision Crisps.
A trifecta of free-from innovation this week, with alt dairy from Goodfood Group’s Veesey brand, and 0% beer from State of Play and Asahi, as well as WCF’s new classic.
Nostalgia is flavour of the week, with Nestlé’s new KitKat innovation and Westgold building out its infused butter range, while Angel Bay collabs on a new limited edition.
Frucor Suntory stakes more space in the iced coffee cabinet, Nestlé’s Maggi brand expands its convenience offer, and Hastings Distillers adds two vermouths.
A new spread from Egmont Honey, Raglan Food Co kicks off a seasonal series, Whittaker’s puts its spin on an old classic, and Sprig & Fern has a little something for the grown ups.
Griffin’s adds to Nice & Natural, Frucor Suntory goes back to full sugar, Chantal Organics ups its snack game, and Mondelēz enlists Flox for Mother’s Day.
Griffin’s and L’affare’s limited edition collab, The Apple Press presses new ground, Kraft-Heinz’ F. Whitlock & Sons adds ambient soup, and Clevedon Buffalo Co’s new kinds of cheese.
Yum Granola goes local with South Island oats, Good Cocktail Co adds a revamped mixer, and Westland’s consumer dairy brand Westgold expands its range.
Little Island has new plant-milk blends, AF hits another drinks trend, Remedy pushes into NZ’s energy drink segment, and Six Barrel holds on to summer.
Pic’s re-releases a fan favourite for Easter, DB Breweries’ Export goes ultra low carb, and a Cotton Candy collab.
Easter limited editions line the shelves, with Twiice and Lotus Biscoff delivering incarnations of the humble hot cross bun, while Tony’s Chocolonely goes for a lemon meringue-inspired treat.
Duck Island partners with Coffee Supreme, Griffin’s brings back a Squiggles, Domino’s introduces a taste of India, and Lewis Road Creamery adds raspberry to the mix.
Nestlé launches more Kit Kat innovation, while Blue Frog Cereal and Moa Brewing look for growth from better-for-you products.
Sanford’s limited edition seafood sausage, Proper Crisps launches a Big Cut line, and Griffin’s takes Girl Guide Biscuits pink.
Tegel Foods is on the GoGo, Griffin’s rolls out the Toffee Pops innovation, and Bluebird brings back some old favourites.
Heartland and Behemoth partner for complementary releases, Cookie Time chills, Westgold’s new look, and Havana goes royal.
Whittaker’s brings together Blondie and Biscuit, Mars makes moves with Skittles to tie in with Pride, and Unilever goes plant-based with its Best Foods mayo.
Nestlé’s Nespresso goes to Milan, Pic’s makes Smunchy permanent, and Asahi launches a Major Major new flavour.
Duck Island has an almond croissant addition, WaHiki Coconut Creamery plays it closer to home with new flavours, and Fonterra’s functional milk innovation.
Coffee Supreme launches its long-awaited iced coffee in a can, Cassia At Home has a new addition, and Zestt Wellness develops a gut health product made with yacon.
Wellington Chocolate Factory teams up with Havana Coffee, Motueka Creamery adds a Belgian chocolate, and Charlie’s changes for game day.
Chantal Organics and Bread & Butter’s Christmas cookie, new beverages from State of Play and The Uncommon, plus a new look from Native Sparkling.
A festive offering from Tony’s Chocolonely, Lo Bros’ new impact-led soda launch, while Graham Norton pays homage to his Irish heritage with his latest Invivo tie-up.
A Duck Island and Garage Project collab, new iced coffee from Nestlé and Starbucks, Terps & Co’s world first non-alc RTD range, and a Christmas tradition from Foundry Chocolate and Thomson Whisky.
Bennetto Natural Foods looks to Samoa for latest addition, Glenfiddich extends its Grand Series, Hell Pizza gets bloody, and Me Today bulks up its lineup.
Frucor Suntory brings a new sub-category to NZ, Moa extends it RTD offer, FSL Food’s Fuzio goes green, Rebel adds more bagel, Westgold butters up, and two NZ brand collabs launch.
Much Moore gets fruity, 19 Crimes’ second collab with Snoop Dogg, Griffin’s brings its candy cane game, and Pita Pit taps into Hawaiian vibes.
Asahi adds a low-sugar Long White, Griffin’s puts the cheese into its crackers, Coffee Supreme has a Yemen special release, while Hop Federation and East Imperial go for limited editions.
Whittaker’s add festive spice, a new mead joins the growing category, Lewis Road’s latest limited edition and Impossible Foods teams up with Domino’s.
Good Sh*t soda extends its range, Heinz joins two flagship products, AF Drinks collaborates with Lucky Taco, and The Bond Store goes down the garden path.
Arnott’s load ups its shapes, Zeffer upcycles for its entry into the RTD category, and some seasonal offerings with a Halloween mayo from Heinz and Pumpkin Spice from Nespresso.
Silver Fern Farms’ sweet new offer, 73 Citrus expands its range, DB launches an RTD brand, BurgerFuel gets into beer, and Six Barrel debuts Seltz Drops.
Lilo builds on its B-Side fruit proposition, Wellington Chocolate Factory brings back a classic, Lewis Road goes for a new coffee iteration, and DB’s new brews.
Whittaker’s extends its core range, Kiwi Quinoa sees red, Fix & Fogg gets into pumpkin spice season, while Good Buzz expands with a new RTD brand.
Plant Projects takes on the multinationals with its NZ-made No Ordinary Ice Tea, Fieldco extends its Kin & Co brand, while Farrah’s doubles down on low carb.
Otis goes Kiwi organic, Forty Thieves’ new category, Nestlé’s latest mash-up, and Fix & Fogg makes PB&J permanent.
Pic’s gets spurred on by a superfan to go Smunchy, Nestlé and Milo’s KitKat collab, and top shelf arrivals from Hendrick’s, Hasting Distillers and Fords Gin.
Spring is in the air, with wine label Headline Acts hitting NZ, The Bond Store extending its Cocktail Collusion range, BeerHug and the Brewers Guild slinging award winners and Six Barrel branching out.
Arnott’s brings Bluey to the biscuit aisle, Asahi launches a Major Major flavour, San Pellegrino has an Essenza range extension, and Whittaker’s Miraka Kirīmi goes on sale for the first time.
Wattie’s launches a One Pan range, Fever-Tree adds a Distillers Cola to its mixers, Pōkeno Whisky Company’s first single malts come to market, and Moccona releases its 2022 limited edition collection.
Lewis Road Creamery goes bananas, Frucor Suntory’s V brand adds a zero sugar range, and it’s a family affair at Australian winemaker Taylors.
Griffin’s leverages Cookie Bear into crackers, Hellers extends its Meals Made Easy range, and Moa’s RTD brand Hey Hey adds a new flavour.
Bennetto’s new Forest & Bird offering, Parrotdog x Boring, Good Buzz adds a classic combo, and Griffin’s “re-introduces” Eta Uppercuts.
Native Sparkling goes non-alc, Lewis Road Creamery gets comfortable, Whittaker’s adds an oat milk option, and Burger Fuel’s all wild at heart.
Wellington Chocolate Factory and My Food Bag go after the plant-based crowd, babyfood startup Love Snack launches frozen smoothies, and McDonald’s revives a chicken hit.
Just in time for Dry July, Asahi Beverages NZ swaps out its 0% Peroni, My Food Bag teams up with Garage Project, and Lisa King opens an AF bottle shop, while AJ Hackett and Epic team up on a full strength option.
Griffin’s brings out two new ToffeePops flavours for winter, East Imperial launches its first natural low-calorie tonic water, and My Food Bag marks Matariki.
Nestlé imports an international flavour, while local brands Wellington Chocolate Factory and Six Barrel Soda look closer to home for inspiration.
Some classic Kiwi flavours come to the fore in limited edition NPD this week, ranging from Mondelēz International’s latest lump innovation and Lewis Road Creamery delivering a Matariki milk with horopito. Meanwhile AF Drinks looks to Japan for inspiration, and Goju innovates on packaging.
British brands make a strong showing with Cornish Sea Salt Co in a Foodstuffs debut and Hendrick’s new moonshot, as Good Farmers rounds out its range.
Sheep Dog goes nuts over whiskey, Whittaker’s aims for a vibe, and Fix & Fogg remakes a classic.
A functional collagen beauty snack hits NZ shores, Lyre’s adds a winter warmer, Fix & Fogg goes beyond nuts, and Mondelēz continues the Caramilk innovation.
Less is more from Abe’s, Monteith’s hazy double down, Six Barrel Soda’s 10th birthday, and Cadbury’s Boh Runga x Roses collab for Mother’s Day.
Havana delivers a late summer coffee vibe, the Sara Lee & Cadbury tie-up gets in on Caramilk, Aotearoa’s first volcanic-filtered vodka, and pink ribbon biscuits are back.
Mondelēz looks to Tip Top for its latest Cadbury innovation, Abe’s Bagels goes sweet, while Domino’s beefs up its extra value range.
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.
Nestlé mashes up a traditional Christmas treat for Easter, Whittaker’s helps saves kiwis, and Pic’s and Cathedral Cove Naturals save berries.
Fix and Fogg crowdsources a new flavour, a cola from Greece looks for traction, AF delivers zero sugar, and Moa adds a Fresh Hop hazy IPA.
Countdown and Cookie Time deliver an Easter offering, Markwell Foods’ Sambazon broadens its Açaí range, and Fever Tree fizzes with a new pink tonic.
A collab-heavy week with Garage Project joining Fix & Fogg, Wellington Chocolate Factory working with Duck Island Ice Cream, and Eta tapping into Marmite.
Griffin’s Easter take on MallowPuffs, a mash-up from Pic’s and New World, and new offerings from Chantal Organics and Mitchells Nutrition.
A new oat milk range, a twist on classic gin, and brace of new hop products.
Fix & Fogg ups the ante, Blue Frog adds keto, and Giesen Wines expands its 0% offering.
Arnott’s releases its most indulgent Tim Tams to date, Whittaker’s adds caramelised white chocolate, and there are new offers from Kellogg’s and Mondelēz.
Wellington Chocolate Factory is at it again, the Motueka hop takes a star turn in a new Moa hazy offering, and Arnott’s enters the gluten-free game.
This week, Tom & Luke cut the sugar, Pic’s takes off, and Alexandra’s dials up the convenience.
This week, Corn Thins go mini, Nestlé Scorched Almonds go salty, and dedicated Australian non-alcoholic brewery Big Drop puts its signature beers on sale in New Zealand.
London-listed East Imperial releases a new cold-brew coffee and tonic, Pic’s doubles down on almond butter, and Huntley & Palmers cracks the sourdough market.
Proper Crisps releases a big hop kick with Garage Project, Mother Earth puts wellbeing first with new functional bars and Lindauer unveils a taste of Italy.
It is a chocolate heavy line-up this week with Wellington Chocolate Factory, Bennetto, Whittaker’s and Nestlé all in on the act.