Freedom Foods adds more options to Clusters range
Freedom Foods is now selling two new varieties as part of its ‘Crafted Blends Clusters’ range.
The two additions are:
- Crafted Blends Clusters Berries and Toasted Coconut: Consists of puffed rice, sunflower seeds, linseed, pepitas and chia seeds.
- Crafted Blends Clusters Pear Almond and Vanilla Bean: Contains puffed rice, sunflower seeds, pepitas and teff seeds
Both options are gluten free and have received four star ratings as part of the Health Star Ratings System.
The pear, almond and vanilla bean option is the first in the Crafted Blends Clusters range to include nuts. Freedom Foods says it was able to provide an option with nuts in it as its recent acquisition of Popina Foods provided them with a new production facility.
The company says it wants to be clear that the pear, almond and vanilla bean option has nuts in it and so the front of pack labelling states “This product is made in our new facility in Victoria. Our existing product that have NUT FREE claims are made in our NUT FREE facility in NSW’.
The Crafted Blends Clusters range can be purchased from Woolworths supermarkets now.
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