Summery new products available on shelves
Even with the end of summer approaching the horizon, new and satisfying products are launching, from alcohol-free wines to Easter-themed cereals.
Alcohol-free vegan wine ranges
Fourth Wave Wine has launched its Sobriety Society range wines that are alcohol-free and vegan-friendly. It includes Blanc de Blancs, Chardonnay and Shiraz Tempranillo options, all of which use organically grown grapes.
Also launching are the Plus & Minus Shiraz and a canned offering of Prosecco. These wines have grape-skin extract added so that they have the same levels of antioxidants as found in other wines. The alcohol has been removed prior to bottling using an ultra-fine membrane filter.
Crispy new apples
The SweeTango apple from Montague was developed from the Zester and Honeycrisp cultivars using non-GMO techniques. It is defined by its high degree of crunchiness and refreshing flavour. It carries the taste of watermelon, citrus, honey and spice that would fit in well with a meal of white wine and seafood. They can also be enjoyed alone or with cheese and crackers.
Kellogg’s has launched its Sultana Bran Hot Cross Bun flavoured cereal, just in time for Easter. The limited edition breakfast features malty flakes combined with sultana, cinnamon and spices to create a festively themed breakfast for lovers of hot cross buns. The cereal is available now, exclusively in Woolworths.
Extra crunchy chips
Smiths has launched its Double Crunch range, which has been designed to have a satisfying crunch with each mouthful. Three flavours are available in the range: original, ultimate barbecue ribs, and hot and spicy chicken wings. These snacks have been designed with deep ridges to be crunchier than others in the brand’s range. The chips are available now in select supermarkets.
Fruity French alcohol
Pampelle is a ruby red grapefruit aperitif developed to evoke the French Riviera thanks to its vivid colour and fruity flavour. With a mix of sweet and bitter notes it can pair well with chocolates, desserts and fruits and can be mixed with spritz, tonic or other ingredients to produce a range of different cocktails.
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