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Fry Family Foods is launching vegan pizzas in supermarket freezer aisles across the country as the company continues its develop its portfolio of plant-based products.
San Remo is adding gnocchi to its ready pasta portfolio, creating both a traditional and gluten free variety of the Italian dumpling-style pasta.
Murray River Organics has introduced its new range of coconut oils under its Pacific Organics brand, following the growth in coconut oil consumption from consumers.
Byron Bay Cookie Company’s first vegan, gluten- and dairy-free biscuit took 12 months to develop to ensure it stayed true to the brand's luxe reputation.
Coles has introduced a new pasta sauce, Mum's Sause, to 800 of its stores around the country as part of a new fundraising initiative called Curing Homesickness, which aims to help sick children in hospitals across Australia.
A limited-edition range of ice cream flavours from Connoisseur will be in the freezer aisle from August, with flavours inspired by Australian native ingredients.
Pulled brisket fans can now find a new addition in stores, with Beak & Sons releasing its latest Beefy Burger with Pulled Brisket, made from 100 per cent beef.
Bonne Maman has created Intense, a new range of spreadable jams with more fruit and 37 per cent less sugar.
Cocktail innovation company Curatif has collaborated with two of Australia’s most well known distilleries for its first two cocktails in a can. Four Pillars Gin and Archie Rose Distilling Co. are on board.
Australian distributor, Coca-Cola Amatil, is about to introduce a new highball premix range called the Koyomi Highball, created by Beam Suntory.
Pitango has released its latest comfort food, Free Range Chicken and Vegetable Soup, to help Australians weather the cold and flu season.
Socttish distiller The Balvenie Distillery is bringing its folklore to Australia with a series of three malt whiskies, all including a guided audio whisky tasting on each bottle.
James Squire has released The Wreck Survivors' Ale as the second edition drink in its historical brew series, crafted from yeast found in a 220-year-old bottle of beer.
Australian gin-lovers can find two new entrants to the market this week, with Larrikin Gin introducing its new Cherry Lush and The Gin Society bringing in Juno Gin from across the ditch.
South Australian distillery Twenty Third Street Distillery is offering whisky lovers to personalise their own whisky by the barrel with its interactive 'Age your Own' experience.