Chris’ dips introduces new children’s snack line
The dips come in child-friendly packaging and are available in four flavours; corn relish, french onion, hummus and tzatziki.
Chris’ children’s dips are gluten-free and can be eaten with crackers or vegetables.
Chris’ Dips was established in Melbourne in the early 1980’s. Today the company produces yoghurts, desserts and spreads.
The children’s dips are now available for purchase from Woolworths supermarkets for $3.19 for a pack of three 60g dips.
Australia’s overall chilled dip grocery market
According to Nielsen figures listed in Retail World’s December 2014 annual report, Poseidon Tarama (owner of Black Swan Dip) has a 28.9 per cent corporate share of Australia’s chilled dip grocery market. Chris’ Dips has 18.7 per cent, Mondelez (owner of Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Kraft and Dairylea) has 17.3 per cent, Menora (owner of Wattle Valley) 11.6 per cent, PepsiCo (owner of Red Rock Deli Dips) 11.2 per cent, Yumi’s 6.1 per cent, Goodman Fielder 4.4 per cent and other brands take up the remaining 1.7 per cent.
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