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Pernod Ricard Winemakers has released its limited edition Jacob’s Creek Wonderland Sparkling wine, collaborating with CCL and Enoplastic for the new pack, which features illustrations by Melbourne-based Cassie Byrnes.
Fever-Tree has added three naturally flavoured sodas to its portfolio, designed to be mixed with low-calorie spritzes and long drinks.
Constellation Brands has launched lower-in-alcohol wine brand State of Light to its line-up, with an initial three varieties all sourced from New Zealand.
A collaboration between Grown Spirits and the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah has resulted in Blue Mountains Grown Gin, a limited-edition gin to capture the spirit of the gardens.
Pure Scot has launched its ready-to-drink range, featuring two high-strength, all-natural canned cocktails based on its scotch whisky. The range includes a Pure Scot Signature & Tonic RTD to “shake up the way we mix scotch”.
Byron Bay-based Brookie’s Gin has launched its first batch of Shirl the Pearl, following the success of its 650-bottle taster run in May, which sold-out within a week.
Queensland-based Yallamundi Farm has launched its Free-Range Pasture-Raised eggs in Woolworths stores, as well as committing to become a 100 per cent carbon-neutral farm by 2022.
Remedy Drinks has released its latest flavour, Wild Berry. It is made in small batches following a 30-day brewing process to create kombucha that’s full of live cultures, organic acids and antioxidants
Mondēlez has expanded its belVita range with two new morning snack offerings, Bakes and Coconut Bites, to help consumers kickstart their day.
Mornington Peninsula Brewery (MPB) has released a non-alcohol beer, Mornington Free. It is the brewery’s first non-alcohol beer and its first pale ale.
The Fry Family Food Co has developed its 100 per cent plant-based burger, packed with 20 grams of protein, launching in 466 Coles stores nationwide.
Welsh spring water and natural mixer company Llanllyr Source will launch across Australia in December, with Awesome Food Co taking the role as distributor of the range in the region.
Svedka Rosé has made its way into liquor stores around the country, as it looks to meet demand in the growing trend of lighter, low-alcohol options for consumers.
Chobani has added a S’mores Flip to its range of limited-edition yoghurt flavours, following on from the release of its Zomberry and Hot Cross Chobunny Flips earlier in the year.
Ireland’s leading functional beverage Vithit, founded by ex-professional Rugby player Gary Lavin, is making its way to Australian drink fridges.
Champagne house Pommery has released its 2020 World Collection, Wax. The collection pays homage to the world’s second largest continent, Africa, and its traditional wax prints.