Red Rock Deli has expanded its premium snack portfolio, creating a variety of sweet and savoury flavours in its Red Rock Deli Glazed and Roasted Mixed Nuts range.

“We have added two more formats to our range of nuts that have been specially crafted to deliver a delicious, indulgent snack for our consumers,” said Red Rock Deli senior brand manager Lauren Mather.

The Roasted Mixed Nuts varieties are roasted and coated with gourmet deli inspired flavours, while the Glazed Nuts are combined with dried fruit and then glazed with syrup.

Red Rock Deli Mixed Nuts are available in two flavours – Balsamic Vinegar and Chilli, and Caramelised Garlic and Lemon – as well as for the Glazed Nuts range, with Honey, Vanilla and Cranberries, and Cinnamon and Apple Crumble.

The new nuts range is available Australia-wide in Coles and Woolworths, and select independent and convenience stores, in a 100g pack RRP$3.99.

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