• Two flavours are joining the iconic Australian Shapes biscuit range – Fried Chicken and Cheesy Garlic Pizza.
    Two flavours are joining the iconic Australian Shapes biscuit range – Fried Chicken and Cheesy Garlic Pizza.
  • Two flavours are joining the iconic Australian Shapes biscuit range – Fried Chicken and Cheesy Garlic Pizza.
    Two flavours are joining the iconic Australian Shapes biscuit range – Fried Chicken and Cheesy Garlic Pizza.
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Two flavours are joining the iconic Australian Shapes biscuit range – Fried Chicken and Cheesy Garlic Pizza. Inspired by the original Chicken and Pizza Arnott’s Shapes flavours, the new biscuits offer a spin on the classics.

Arnott’s Shapes marketing manager Krishma Sood said: “There’s nothing better than the aroma of a classic cheesy garlic pizza or the first bite of a piece of hot fried chicken, so why not pack these flavours in a biscuit?

“We know Aussies love the big flavour hit they’ve come to expect from Shapes. Which is why we want to bring exciting new flavour sensations that push the boundaries with each box,” she said.

The Fried Chicken Shapes uses mild pepper andsavoury spices to bring a classic fried chicken flavour, while the Cheesy Garlic Pizza brings a new twist to the original Pizza flavour using a combination of cheese, mild herbs and garlic.

Arnott’s will also be launching two new snacks, Salt & Vinegar Bites and Three Cheese Cracker Chips. The new Shapes flavours are available in Woolworths, Coles and independent supermarkets nationwide for RRP $3.20 each.

 

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