What’s new: Sweet alternatives
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Graze’s Lemon Drizzle Flapjack combines zesty flavours and yoghurt. Lemon curd gives a light citrus taste, offering shoppers something different to traditional flapjacks.
Traybakes’ products are hand-made in small batches, using Belgian milk chocolate. Its chewy, all-butter flapjack is made with caramel, cranberries and toasted, flaked hazelnuts and almonds.
Nix & Kix’s low-calorie Blood Orange & Turmeric drink falls below the ‘sugar tax’ threshold and contains antioxidant-boosting ingredients such as turmeric, alongside sugar-free soda.
Perkier’s Cranberry & Raisin Porridge is a gluten- and wheat-free porridge in a single pot. Shoppers just need to add boiling water and it is ready in two minutes, offering a quick breakfast.
Gourmade’s new range of pies include Steak & Ale and Chilli Con Carne. Made for shoppers looking for a quick and fresh meal, it is frozen by the manufacturer within an hour of being made.
RRP £4.50 to £7.50
Each of Kallø’s healthy and convenient jumbo packs of Apple & Cinnamon rice cakes contain 32 calories and are made with just four ingredients: rice, corn, cinnamon and apple juice concentrate.
Fruitypots contain fruit in juice or jelly, packaged in individual pots with a spoon inside. They are perfect for lunchboxes and appeal to children and parents looking for small snacks.
Brindisa’s Maxorata Majorero is a paprika-coated goat’s-milk cheese from the Canary Islands that will appeal to shoppers who are willing to pay a bit extra for premium fine foods.
RRP £33 (1kg)
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