Five new products: Liberation Cocktails, The Collective, Nestlé Lindahls, Teapigs, The Fruit Factory

Liberation Cocktails

The ready-to-drink cocktail brand has launched three new cocktail flavours, Spiced Margarita, Mojito and 0.0% Chilli Rhubarb Spritz.

Already available in flavours including Strawberry Daiquiri, Espresso Martini and Pisco Sour, the new cocktails can be purchased in 75cl bottles or 200ml cans.

Also on offer for high volume venues, each new addition can be bought in 20L kegs.

The Collective ‘suckies’ pouches

With an aim to address the rising demand for dairy-free alternative snacks for kids, The Collective has announced its new dairy-free ‘suckies’ range.

Made from the brand’s oat & coconut yoghurt alternative, the pouches come in strawberry as well as peach and apricot flavour.

Fully recyclable and packed with Vitamin D, B12 and calcium, the range will be available across retailers from September 2022.

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Nestlé Lindahls Big Pots

Food and drink conglomerate Nestlé has expanded its Nestlé Lindahls Kvarg range with a 500g Big Pot, in addition to its current 150g individual pots.

Available in existing flavours, Raspberry and White Chocolate, the fat-free and low-sugar product can also be found in its new Natural Kvarg flavour.

The Big Pots are currently stocked in Sainsbury’s, Asda and Ocado.

Teapigs Iced Tea

Teapigs has launched two brand new iced teas in variants Black Tea with Peach and Super Fruit.

Free of artificial flavours or sweeteners, the range will be available from this week across wholesale (RRP £1.99) per can.

For each Teapigs can bought, 5p is donated to the brand’s ethical scheme which supports vulnerable young people in Rwanda.

The Fruit Factory Fruit Twists

Kids fruit snack brand, The Fruit Factory, has announced its new mixed fruit flavoured snack made with real fruit juice, Fruit Twists.

Set to launch in Morrisons and Tesco nationwide from August 2022, the 5 x 18g multipacks are available in apple, blackcurrant, strawberry and orange.

“Research shows that strings and peelers are the largest percentage spend for formats across our target audience and the new Fruit Twists allow consumers to twist, peel and chew as well as showcasing multiple flavours,” The Fruit Factory brand manager Tara Stevens said.

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