ABE’s Bagel Bakery partners with Vegemite
ABE’S Bagel Crisps are made of thinly sliced bagels that are oven baked. The Vegemite flavour offers a hint of the spread and will join a variety of pre-existing flavours including Marlborough Sea Salt, Roasted Garlic, and Caramelised Onion and Balsamic Vinegar.
The crisps have no preservatives, or artificial flavours. ABE’S Bagel Bakery says the snack has 50 per cent less fat than standard potato chips.
According to ABE’S Bagel bakery Marketing Manager, Melanie Kyle, the collaboration with Kraft began when the company tested the idea and sent over samples.
ABE’S Bagel Bakery Vegemite Crisps are available now in 150g packets from Coles supermarkets with a recommended retail price of $3.95.
About Abe’s Bagel Bakery
ABE’S bagel Bakery was established in New Zealand in 1996. The company makes fresh bagels alongside its crisps. In June 2015 the company launched a children’s snack line into Australian supermarkets.
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