Chris’ Dips launch new range of premium dips in terracotta pots
Melbourne-based Mediterranean dips company Chris’ Dips has launched a new range of premium ‘heritage’ dips packaged in European terracotta pots.
Chris’ Dips said the new Heritage Range is a premium dips range that uses “high quality” ingredients, and includes eight flavours, including Smoked Gouda & Almond, and Blue Cheese, Fig & Pistachio.
The new selection of premium flavour combinations sold in terracotta pots were developed to go straight to the table. The four ‘traditional’ flavours in the range also include a 1-2g garnish sachet.
Chris’ Dips, founded in 1982 by Chris Tassios, produces dips and yoghurts. The Company began selling dips in a small store in Prahran in Victoria and now sells its products in Woolworths supermarkets and selected independent supermarkets.
The full range of the new Heritage dips includes:
Blue Cheese, Fig & Pistachio; Smoked Gouda & Almond; Vintage Cheddar & Marinated Onion; Vintage Cheddar & Caramelised Onion.
Classic Greek Tzatziki + (Paprika sachet garnish enclosed); Artichoke, Parmesan & Green Chilli + (extra red chilli sachet garnish enclosed); Hommus & Black Sea Salt + (Black Sea Salt sachet garnish enclosed); Roasted Beetroot & Chickpea+ (toasted sesame seed sachet garnish enclosed)
Chris’ Heritage Dips will be in stock at select Woolworths stores nationally from November 2014 for RRP $6.99 for the traditional flavours and $7.99 for the gourmet cheese range.
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