Five new products: Maryland, Smirnoff, Sharwood’s, Greenall’s, Sanpellegrino


Maryland Minis Caramel Crisp

Available from July across Tesco stores, the newest addition to the Maryland Minis range includes the original cookies with crispy caramel pieces.

The lunchbox snack will be sold in multi-packs of six mini bags, in line with the other flavours in the range.

At 95 Kcal per bag, the new Minis forms part of Burton’s Biscuit Co.’s aim to promote the role of portion controlled snacks as part of a healthy balanced diet and active lifestyle.

Smirnoff Berry Burst Flavoured Vodka

The world’s largest vodka brand, Smirnoff has launched its newest flavour, Berry Burst just in time for summer.

Available exclusively in Morrisons, the 70cl spirit can be purchased for £14 per bottle.

A limited edition vodka, Berry Burst will only be sold in select stores and online until the end of August.

Sharwood’s East Asian sauces

Premier Foods Asian cuisine brand, Sharwood’s, has extended its cooking sauce range with East-Asian recipes.

With eight sauces to choose from, the flavours include Thai Rendang, Japanese Teriyaki, Thai Massaman Curry, Thai Jungle Curry, Thai Sweet Chilli, Japanese Katsu, Thai Green Curry and Thai Red Curry.

At an MRSP of £2.19, each 420g jar will provide four servings.

Greenall’s Tropical Fruits Gin

Greenall’s has announced its newest gin flavour, Tropical Fruits, which will be available exclusively at Tesco from 27 July at RRP £19.50.

Infused with mango, passionfruit, pineapple and orange the Tropical Fruits gin contains 0g sugar and no sweeteners.

A sponsor of Pub in the Park, Greenall’s will be previewing the gin at nine festivals across the UK this summer.

Sanpellegrino Tastefully Light & Classic Taste

Italian beverage brand Sanpellegrino has launched the latest drinks packaging for its Tastefully Light sparkling fruit range.

Known flavours including lemon, orange and grapefruit will now appear in premium 33cl sleek cans and multipacks.

Aside from the can’s new designs, Sanpellegrino is also reducing plastic waste by using carboard cartons to package the cans instead of its previous shrink wrap cover.

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