New In Store

New Zealand based seaweed company Pacific Harvest is placing health at the centre of its products with the release of its nutrient dense Raw Nori Seaweed Snack Packs.

Arnott’s is expanding its Tim Tam line-up with the launch of its new Deluxe range. The Decadent Triple Choc, Salted Caramel Brownie, Dark Choc Raspberry Tart and Dark Choc Mint flavours all come with a gooey centre.

Kellogg’s and Bega have teamed up to deliver a nutty twist on a classic with the launch of Nutri-Grain Bega Peanut Butter. The release is Bega’s first foray into the cereal aisle.

Better-for-you beverage company Mrs Toddy’s Tonics has struck a chord with consumers as it expands into supermarkets nationally with a four tonics targeting the wellness market.

Healesville based winery Innocent Bystander is launching its first natural white wine, the Naturally Innocent Field Blend. The wine is made from an equal blend of chardonnay, Albarino and Pinot Grigio.

Cadbury is offering a spin on two of Australia’s most iconic chocolate bars with the launch of its Cherry Ripe Layers and Picnic Layers bars.

The Barossa winery Grant Burge is expanding its range with the introduction of a lighter and fruitier Prosecco NV and Prosecco Rosé, offering an alternative to its Pinot Noir Chardonnay variety.

The weather forecast might be one of rain, but iconic Zooper Dooper ice blocks are out to provide a ray of sunshine. This summer will see the first ever single flavour pack on supermarket shelves.

Born in Tokyo with more than 130 years of Japanese heritage and tradition, Yebisu Premium Beer has now arrived in Australia with Cooper’s Brewery scoring the exclusive distribution rights.

Mr Black Roasters & Distillers have joined forces with Queensland’s iconic Bundaberg Rum, to launch a limited-edition Mr Black Rum Barrel Aged Coffee Liqueur.

Brewed locally in the Yarra Valley, Maku is a hemp-based beer company owned by Public Brewing Co., Maku’s latest releases are a hemp-infused Cherry Sour and a Hemp IPA.

Coinciding with the release of its 2008 vintage Grand Cru, champagne house Pommery has released its 2021 World Collection, celebrating Asia with bespoke limited-edition gift boxes.

Speciality coffee roaster Seven Miles has brewed an on-the-go energy booster with the launch of its Nitro Black Coffee and Black Coffee in ready-to-drink cold brew cans.

The latest low-alcohol spritzer on the market wants drinkers to experience the high of summer without the lo of a hangover. Hilo comes in three varieties: Sav Blanc, Rosé, and Shiraz.

The iconic Tasmania Bakeries’ National Pies will now live up to its name, with a range of its pies now available on the mainland. Baked fresh in Hobart daily, all pies are coated with 128 layer of pastry.

Hot sauce company Truff is releasing two pasta sauces rich with tomato, herbs, black truffle and red chilli peppers. The sauces are vegan, gluten free and non-GMO friendly.