New In Store

Diageo is bringing The Singleton 12-Year-Old single malt scotch to Australia this spring, targeted at a new generation of whisky drinkers as “the perfect starting point”.

Coles is bringing back Bulla Dairy Foods’ Choc Tops to its Victorian stores while the state continues under stage four restrictions due to the pandemic.

Independent sparkling water brand Sips Sparkling is expanding into hard seltzers with three flavours in its new range.

Robern Menz is taking its Violet Crumble chocolate to new forms, with the release of its Violet Crumble Caramel chunks this week, as well as collaborating with Krispy Kreme for the launch of two doughnuts.

Australian craft gin club The Gin Birds has launched Tonic Tribe, a tonic subscription service giving consumers the opportunity for a new gin and tonic experience.

Family-owned Mast-Jägermeister is bringing its limited-edition Save The Night bottle to Australia as it looks to send a message of hope and solidarity to the nightlight community. The bottle marks the first time the brand has changed its front label design in its history.

From the breakfast aisle to the $1.3 billion confectionery market, Murray River Organics has developed an all-organic, plant-based range of Mylk Chocolate.

Smith’s has launched its first baked potato chip in Australia, using an oven-baked method rather than traditional frying. It has 50 per cent less fat compared to Smith’s Crinkle Cut chips.

Whittaker’s has teamed up with Bundaberg Brewed Drinks to celebrate the synergy between the two, trans-Tasman family-owned brands, and creating the new Whittaker’s Brewed Ginger Caramel chocolate block.

A new tropical flavour will be added to Hydrolyte’s electrolyte effervescent tablets and ice-blocks ranges, aiming to remind consumers to stay on top of their hydration in the winter months as well as summer.

Gordon’s Gin has added its new Sicilian Lemon Distilled Gin to its Australian portfolio of products in response to ongoing popularity for flavoured gins.

Coopers Brewery is celebrating 20 years of its Vintage Ale, featuring Leabrook barley – named after the former site of the sixth-generation Australian family-owned brewery. It has also released a limited edition Hazy IPA.

The world’s fourth type of chocolate – ruby chocolate – is taking ice cream form as Magnum launches two new varieties in its Luxe range, paired with fruit.

Vetta Pasta is partnering with Rural Aid to launch a specially-marked pasta range, with 10 cents from each pack donated to the charity to support rural community initiatives.

Murray River Organics is releasing a range of pantry staples to meet ongoing consumer demand for organic food products.

Sports drink brand Maximus is targeting gamers with its two new products, which include magnesium and B Vitamins to help reduce tiredness and fatigue.