What's new on the shelf?
Frozen treats and biscuit-flavoured hot cross buns for Easter as well as vegetable powder and low-carb beer are some of the products hitting the shelf.
Biscuit-flavoured hot cross buns
Coles has partnered with Arnott’s to spice up its Own Brand hot cross buns this Easter — Coles Arnott’s Iced VoVo Inspired Hot Cross Buns and Pizza Shapes Inspired Hot Cross Buns will be available for a limited time.
Frozen Easter treats
Peters Ice Cream and Cadbury have teamed up to launch a range of Easter treats into the ice cream freezer. The range includes the new Cadbury Creme Egg tub and the Cadbury Creme Egg chocolate-coated sticks.
Nutri V has launched a range of Australian grown, 100% pure vegetable powders that repurpose imperfect broccoli, cauliflower and pumpkin. Each 70 g pack of broccoli powder has the equivalent of approx. 750 g of broccoli and each 70 g pack of cauliflower powder is the equivalent of approx. 750g of cauliflower.
Healthy bake mix
Grumpy Bums is a range of bake-at-home products without added sugar, sweeteners or refined sugars. It comes in three flavours of mini muffin mix — apple & cinnamon, banana bread and strawberry yoghurt — as well as a banana muesli cookie mix.
Sunrice has released a range of protein chips, designed to keep you feeling fuller for longer. The range is available in two flavours: Barbeque and Sour Cream & Chives.
James Squire has released James Squire Stride, a low-carb pale ale with only 3.6 g of carb per bottle. The beer is made from 100% grain ingredients, using Australian Pale and Munich Malts with a dash of wheat. Tangerine and tropical stone fruit notes form the aroma while Mosaic and Galaxy hops deliver hints of passionfruit and citrus.
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