Tassal launches new Easy Bake fish flavours
Australian Atlantic salmon producer, Tassal, has launched six new flavours in its Easy Bake range.
The new flavours – Teriyaki, Soy and Garlic, Moroccan, Lemon and Cracked Pepper, Sundried Tomato and Basil, and Thai Green Curry – can be found in the freezer aisle.
The Easy Bake salmon range is stored in the freezer, and cooks in a pre-heated oven in 20-25 minutes, or in a microwave in 3 minutes.
“We know the demands and strains of everyday life can take their toll on our diets, especially during the week when cooking after work, school runs or evening activities can become a real chore,” said Caroline Hounsell, Tassal spokesperson.
“Tassal’s Easy Bake range not only offers a quick and easy mealtime solution, but also a nutritious and sustainable option that’s suitable for the whole family. With six new flavours there’s something for everyone’s tastes, no matter how fussy the eaters are around your table,” Ms Hounsell said.
Tassal has been accredited with the ‘Best Aquaculture Practice’ certification at farm level by the Global Aquaculture Alliance.
All six new flavours are currently available in Woolworths supermarkets, alongside the existing Easy Bake flavours, Natural and Herb Butter and White Wine. Easy Bake Natural, Teriyaki, Lemon and Black Pepper, Sundried Tomato and Basil, and Herb Butter and White Wine will launch in Coles supermarkets from 10 June 2013.
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