What’s new: 20 April, 2018
Priyanka Jethwa explores the latest product drops from the most exciting and innovative brands in the market
Gradz Bakery spirulina and pumpkin seed bread
This bread is designed for consumers looking for a premium, healthy loaf, as it contains superfoods and essential amino acids and vitamins.
RRP £4.49 (400g)
Amisa Organic Buckwheat crispbreads
Amisa Organic’s Buckwheat Crispbreads are snacks produced in a dedicated gluten-free bakery. They can be cross-merchandised with cheese, hummus and peanut butter.
Love Corn is a healthy, crunchy, premium roasted savoury corn snack that is popular in the Mediterranean and South America. It can be ranged alongside crisps and nuts.
Raw Chocolate Pie snack
This chocolate bar is dairy-free, gluten-free, soya-free and contains no-added refined sugar. It is also suitable for vegans, diabetics, coeliacs or anyone with lactose-intolerance.
The Great British Biscotti savoury biscuit snacks
The brand is adding English flavours Red Onion Marmalade & Walnut, Stilton & Raisins, Spiced Apple & Chocolate and Sour Cherry & Double Chocolate to its portfolio this month.
RRP outers £2.99 (100g)
Serious Cheesy Puffs
Serious Cheesy Puffs are made with non-GMO ingredients and real cheese, giving them a more natural flavour than other cheese snacks. They can be ranged next to crisps.
Fentimans Cherry Cola
Fentimans Cherry Cola is a botanically brewed drink that comes in cans suited to events where glass bottles are not permitted, such as festivals.
Joe & Seph’s Simply
Joe & Seph’s Simply range is designed as a more premium, everyday snack that offers independent retailers a greater margin as well as a point of difference to other brands.
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