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Sun Rice Mini Bites

Supermarket snack aisles across the country have been invaded by miniature monsters, the poster pin-ups of the new tasty SunRice Mini Bites. These bite-sized brown rice cakes each have their own mini-monster persona and are expected to be a lunchbox must for little Kiwi critters.     SunRice Mini Bites with the goodness of whole grains are gluten-free and contain …

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Sweet Scoop

    Sweet Scoop is the range of wondrous confectionary from around the world that you can Pick’N Mix – the choice is yours. From old favourites to new flavours, textures and shapes, Sweet Scoop brings the fun, nostalgia and novelty back to confectionery. Available at selected New World and PAK’nSAVE supermarkets around New Zealand.         Thanks …

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Original Foods Bite Me Range

“Baking delicious cakes, muffins, slices, cheesecakes and donuts for Kiwi’s around New Zealand & perhaps one or two Aussies. Original Foods have built a reputation for baking delicious goofy cakes, muffins, slices, donuts and cheesecakes. Using only the highest quality ingredients to ensure product excellence Thanks to Original Foods, we are able to offer those in attendance, tasty treats from …

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Exotic Foods to Review

Exotic Food is created from authentic Thai recipes that are perfect for the entire family.   Founded in 1999, Exotic Food began by selling a few dozen core items. Today, the brand encompasses more than 200 Thai food and beverage products, available at stores around the world in more than 62 countries and counting. Made from only the freshest and …

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Mother Earth Baked Fruit Sticks

  We make delicious, wholesome food. It’s no secret how we do it either – great tasting ingredients and minimal processing. That’s the Mother Earth way. Baked Fruit sticks with a yummy, fruity filling! Smaller individually wrapped bars are perfect for younger children, and they offer adults good portion control! New Zealand’s most popular bars for kids, Mother Earth Fruit …

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Mother Earth Oaty Slices

  We make delicious, wholesome food. It’s no secret how we do it either – great tasting ingredients and minimal processing. That’s the Mother Earth way. Mother Earth Baked Oaty Slices are a family favourite and a staple in New Zealand pantries. As well as giving us the goodness of wholegrain oats and fibre, they also taste great.Just like the …

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Mother Earth Fruit Bites

  We make delicious, wholesome food. It’s no secret how we do it either – great tasting ingredients and minimal processing. That’s the Mother Earth way. Mother Earth is excited to announce a brand new lunchbox snack for kids – Fruit Bites! Made with real fruit and crispy rice, Fruit Bites have 100% natural ingredients and are a perfect snack …

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Donovan’s Gummy Gum Drops

Oh goody! A nostalgic new treat from Donovans Chocolates Lovingly crafted by chocolatiers, Mark and Paul Donovan in the Waikato – the heart of the New Zealand dairy country. Donovans Chocolates uniqueness is achieved by combining the finest quality ingredients with European technology and Kiwi expertise to deliver the ultimate chocolate experience to your taste buds.   Donovans Chocolates owes …

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GoodnessMe

  We’re ALL about the GOOD stuff Here at GoodnessMe, we are all about the Goodness!  Our Fruit Nuggets and Sticks are made from 70% pear-based fruit and juices and we say NO to artificial colours, preservatives or flavours. They also have no animal gelatine, and are dairy, egg, nut, gluten, soy, crustacean and sesame free!        One …

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Barkers Lite Tropical

Barker’s of Geraldine is one of New Zealand’s favourite home-grown family businesses. Based in Geraldine, South Canterbury, the Barker family has been crafting delicious fruit preserves, chutneys and syrups for over six generations.   Established on the family farm in 1969 by inventor Anthony Barker who, after learning his mother’s skills for preserving fruit, went on to develop a successful …

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