Tim Tam introduces new range of local flavours

Monday, 11 January, 2021

Tim Tam introduces new range of local flavours

Arnott’s has unveiled its new range of Tim Tam chocolate biscuits with local ingredients sourced from some of Australia’s premium produce regions.

The Tim Tam Crafted Collection will showcase a variety of new flavours including Moreton Bay Raspberry & Dark Choc, Kensington Pride Mango & Cream, Murray River Salted Double Choc and Dimbulah Mountain Estate Coffee & Choc.

My Berries, local supplier of Moreton Bay raspberries, announced its second collaboration with Arnott’s Tim Tam with great excitement.

My Berries owners Stuart and Allison McGruddy said the partnership was a wonderful opportunity to take their locally grown berries from Moreton Bay to a wider audience.

Third-generation berry farmer Stuart said Moreton Bay is one of the largest raspberry farming regions in Australia and its perfect climate means that raspberries are grown all year round.

“My dad and elder brother Richard brought the first raspberry plant over from the USA and created a farm that grows the most delicious raspberries in the country,” he said.

“I’m so proud to be able to continue what they started and to develop new and exciting ways to share our berries with our fellow Aussies.”

The range will be in supermarkets from 11 January.

Image supplied by My Berries.

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