New In Store

Treasury Wine Estates' 19 Crimes wine brand has created a limited-edition beer. The pale ale is targeted at millennial craft beer drinkers looking for something new and features the brand's augmented reality labelling.

The first Israeli whisky distillery Milk & Honey has released its Classic Single Malt Whisky in Australia. Alba Whisky is distributing the whisky and M&H's two gin varieties.

Cadbury has unveiled its 2020 Easter range, featuring a variety of new formats, as well as bringing back fan-favourites for the season.

Honey producer Meluka Australia has partnered with the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR) and Vinnies for a limited-edition black label honey to support bushfire affected Australians.

Lion has launched XXXX Dry, a new full-strength lager exclusive to venues in Queensland and the Northern Territory, before it takes to stores from mid-April.

Coco Pops fans can now enjoy the cereal in a white chocolate flavour, as Kellogg’s launches the product in Australia for the first time.

Chocolatier Robern Menz have transformed its Violet Crumble and FruChoc chocolates into a variety of Easter treats, available for a limited time. It is the first time FruChoc and Violet Crumble Easter eggs have been released.

Brownes Dairy is bringing four new yoghurt pouch flavours into stores, made from all natural yoghurt, natural flavours and live cultures.

Nespresso has added two new additions to its Ispirazione Italiana range of coffees, including the first permanent coffee to offer a 13 blend intensity.

Nestlé has created a plant-based rendition of its Milo product, offering a dairy alternative option without compromising on taste.

A new variety of high altitude wines from Cumulus Vineyards are hitting the market, bringing the vines from New South Wales’ cool-climate Orange region to more consumers.

Sapporo Black has made its way to Australian stores, with Coopers Premium Beverages the distributer for the new product around the country.

S.Pellegrino is releasing a new range of fruit flavoured sparkling waters in Australia, made from 100 per cent natural ingredients and no artificial colours.

New Zealand-based Little Oak Company’s baby formula range has been certified as the world’s first palm oil free baby formula. The all-natural product is made from goat’s milk and has low levels of lactose.

Krispy Kreme is taking its Original Glazed doughnut and teaming up with Maltesers to create a limited edition doughnut to mimic the flavour profile of one of Australia’s most popular chocolate brands.