New In Store

Two new peanut butters are joining the Mayver’s portfolio of products, with its Skin On and Extra Crunchy varieties expanding the extensive range.

Non-alcoholic spirit Seedlip Australia has launched a new ready-to-drink range in time for Dry July.

The team at Mojo Kombucha has added a new gut shot range to its product offering, developed to be easily added to juices and smoothies, or sipped straight for a daily probiotic dose.

The 2020 release of Four Pillars’ Bloody Shiraz Gin is expected for early July, and although its creators note it is a month later than usual, the delayed release means the gin will be available around the world until its 2021 release.

McCain has rebranded and relaunched its classic Potato Smiles as EmotiBites, following consumer demand to bring the product back into the freezer aisle.

The Byron Bay Cookie Company has rebranded its Milk Choc Chunk cookie for a limited time in bold yellow packs to raise awareness and funds for Australian charity R U OK?.

Consumers can now bring the Starbucks experience home, with Nestlé releasing five new coffee varieties as part of its latest Starbucks At Home range.

Victorian wine producer Seppelt has released its 2020 Luxury Collection, highlighting the winery’s finest still and sparkling wines sourced from three key regions – Heathcote, Henty and the Grampians.

Table of Plenty has expanded its product portfolio, with a new range of prebiotic functional breakfast options, as well as probiotic kefirs, available exclusively at Coles.

New Zealand plant-based supermarket brand Bean Supreme is bringing its range to Australia, making its way into stores with its newest Gluten-Free Garlic Sausages and Marinated Chilli and Lime Jackfruit products.

A new passionfruit curd from Barker’s New Zealand has made its way to Australian stores, developed as an addition for breakfasts, desserts, or to be eaten as a snack.

Dairy Farmers has expanded its A2 protein milk offering with the release of its new two-litre Full Cream, Lite and Prebiotic white milk varieties.

Capilano has developed a low GI honey for consumers looking to reduce their sugar intake. It is made from 100 per cent Australian eucalypt honey and aims to provide a slower and sustained energy release.

Nescafé has added three plant-based products to its Gold instant coffee range. There are three sachet varieties in the Plant-Based Latte range to mix with different non-dairy milks.

Ferrero's latest Tic Tac range – Tic Tac X-Freeze – is bigger than a standard-sized Tic Tac and has unique cooling crystals which provide an intense cooling sensation.

Monday Distillery has released its first three non-alcoholic premixes. Its Classic Dry Gin & Tonic, Exotic Spice Gin & Tonic and rum flavoured Dark & Stormy are alcohol and sugar free.