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Delectable new nut blends from Alison's Pantry

Wednesday 15 August 2012, 4:47PM
By Goode PR
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Alison’s Pantry has extended its nut and dried fruit range with seven delicious new varieties, providing even more healthy and nutritious snacking options for New Zealanders.

The products complement Alison’s Pantry’s current ‘I love nuts’ campaign, which aims to encourage more Kiwis to include nuts as part of their daily diet. The new blends are available in store now in supermarket self selection departments:

The new products include:

  • Antioxidant Boost – the blend includes raw almonds, cashews, dried fruit, pomegranate flavoured cranberries, blueberries, golden raisins, pumpkin seeds, acai and raspberry.
  • Heart Smart – a chunky snack blend including raw almonds, Brazils, pistachios, dried fruit, pomegranate flavoured cranberries, strawberries, golden raisins and 60% dark chocolate chunks, designed specially with heart health in mind.

  • Sweet’n Salty – a contrast of salty and sweet using honey roasted peanuts, salted roasted cashews, jumbo raisins, cranberries, dried apricots and pumpkin seeds.
  • Moroccan Cashews – batch roasted cashews flavoured with the warm spices of Northern Africa to create an exotic taste.

  • Salt and Vinegar Almonds – freshly roasted almonds flavoured with salt and vinegar, designed especially with the New Zealand shopper in mind.
  • Superboost – a combination of fresh roasted almonds, macadamias, cashews, orange infused cranberries, diced apricots and 60% dark chocolate chunks.

  • French Vanilla Almonds – fresh roasted almonds deliciously flavoured with a sweet vanilla coating for a sweet treat with the goodness of nuts.

 

 

Prolife Foods General Manager Self Selection, Ian Jackson, says Alison’s Pantry is proud to bring these new products to market, which comes as a result of extensive research and development at the company’s Hamilton-based factory.

He adds that nuts and dried fruit are convenient and nutritious for busy people on the go and the new Alison’s Pantry blends provide even more variety for customers. “The entire range is selling extremely well and we’re delighted with the feedback,” he adds.

Alison’s Pantry’s recently launched ‘I love nuts’ campaign highlighting the value, freshness and quality of the range. It encourages New Zealanders to eat the recommended handful (or 30g) of nuts each day as part of a healthy, balanced diet. Thirty grams of nuts equates to around 20 almonds or 15 cashews.

The new varieties are now available at self selection departments of New World and Pak’N Save supermarkets from RRP $2.89 - $3.49 per 100g.

For further information on these new products, the ‘I love nuts’ campaign, or for great recipe ideas, visit www.alisonspantry.co.nz.