Australian cake mixer partners with Royal Albert Fine China
Green’s Baking has partnered with UK Fine China maker, Royal Albert, to introduce a new range of cupcake mix bases. The concept of a Fine China premium brand lending its brand to a cake mix maker is certainly a way of conveying a premium product message across to food customers.
The cupcake mix bases come in three varieties:
Cookies and Cream: Which consists of cookies and cream flavoured cupcake and frosting mix
Vanilla: Vanilla flavoured cupcake mix with white colored frosting mix
Pink: Vanilla flavoured cupcake mix and pink coloured frosting mix
All of the mixes come with Royal Albert inspired paper cases to hold the cakes in.
Green’s Baking Royal Albert flavours will join a number of other cake, biscuit and muffin bake at home mixes already offered by Green’s Baking.
About Green’s Baking
The company began as a family owned business in 1978 which sold basic ingredients including sugar and flavour.
Green’s Baking is now best known for its supermarket home baking mixes which are made in Australia.
Green’s Baking Royal Albert cupcake mixes are available from Coles for $4.34 for a 380 gram packet.
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