What’s new: 2 March, 2018
What's new: 2 March, 2018 - the latest products from retailers' favourite brands including Livia's Kitchen and Snackgold
Savoursmiths’ desert salt crisps aim to appeal to consumers looking for a premium snack and are available in single 40g packets or sharing 150g formats for picnics or big nights in.
RRP £2.49 (150g)
Snackgold’s spicy Charissa crisps play on Mexican and Asian flavours, catering for growing demand for new, exotic tastes. The crisps are premium products and come in five flavours.
All of Dalston’s range is made with real fruit and contains no artificial flavours. The range also contains approximately a third less sugar than other mainstream fizzy drinks.
Biccy Boms are chocolate bites with a date centre and cacao coating. Sharing pouches and snack packs are available in Chocolate, Salted Maca Caramel and Ginger variants.
RRP £1.50 (impulse) £4.99 (sharing)
Available in four different flavours and containing 3g of fat and 20g of protein, Barebells puddings can be cross-merchandised with porridge and pancakes.
Miiro is a healthy ‘Magnum-style’ ice cream which is dairy-and soy-free, and is suitable for vegans. A 70ml lolly contains 170 calories and comes in three flavours, with a two year shelf life.
RRP £2.49 (single) £5.89 (multipack)
Virtue Energy Water is the UK’s only naturally sugar-free energy drink and has no calories or sweeteners. Each can has the same amount of natural caffeine as an 80g cup of coffee.
Snact’s banana bars are a healthy alternative to normal cereal bars, and are made using ‘unwanted’ fruits. They are wrapped in compostable packaging which can be recycled.
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