What’s new

Drink your tea, then eat it

Nim’s edible teas are loose-tea infusions in single 12g sachets, in Beetroot & Parsnip, Pineapple & Kiwi, and Pineapple, Beetroot & Parsnip varieties.

RRP £6.95 (12 sachets)

Contact amy@nimsfruitcrisps.com

Big changes for Little’s Coffee

Little’s Coffee has unveiled 100% recyclable packaging for its new range, as well as three new flavours: Gingerbread Cookie, Chocolate Chai and Cardamom Bun. 

RRP £2.99

Contact hello@wearelittles.com

Grab a handful of healthy kids’ snacks

Real Handful new kids’ snacks, Bundlz, are available from Diverse Fine Foods in Strawberry & Raspberry and Apple & Blackcurrant flavours.   

RRP £2.50 (five-pack)

Contact info@lovedrinks.co.uk

Brand snapshot

Change for the better

Pladis is supporting mental health charity Time to Change by offering consumers vouchers for £1 off McVitie’s biscuits.

Sweet and low

General Mills’ new Häagen-Dazs Gelato Collection contains 150 calories per pack and is available in Caramel Swirl and Chocolate Drizzle flavours. 

Rosé future

Black Tower’s new limited-edition rosé will be available throughout spring and summer. The bottle features pink and purple flowers and dragonflies. 

Love, absolutely

Pernod Ricard has launched Drop of Love, a limited-edition bottle of Absolut with an RRP of £19.45. It’s backed by a TV and video campaign. 

Sausage role

Ex-football manager Harry Redknapp and sports presenter Hayley McQueen have joined Richmond Sausages for its ‘Nation’s favourites’ campaign.

All bar one

General Mills is launching Fibre One Chocolate Fudge Brownie and Fibre One Peanut Butter Popcorn in a single-bar format. Both have an RRP of 59p.  

Fan-tastic

Coca-Cola Great Britain has kicked-off its Premier League partnership with a TV advert that celebrates football bringing people together.

Stick with bricks

Chiquita’s new partnership with Lego Movie 2 will see more than 300 million Chiquita stickers featuring characters from the film roll out on its bananas.

Milking it

Mondelez has launched Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo Sandwich in a new £1 price-marked pack. The brand is already worth £48m.