New PepsiCo Sunbites crackers launched
PepsiCo’s Sunbites has launched a new range called Snack Crackers.
Snack Crackers are available in two bases; quinoa or chickpea. There are four flavours in the range; Cheddar and Chives, Caramelised Onion and Balsamic, Smoked Paprika and Lemon and Exotic Spice.
Sunbites Marketing Manager, Susan Press, said the new crackers will give Australians better choice in the biscuit aisle of the supermarket.
“Through the combination of the wholegrain bases and a variety of flavours, Sunbites Snack Crackers will change the way Australians look at biscuits,” she said.
Sunbites are available now in 120gram servings from Woolworths supermarkets. There are plans to make them available elsewhere in Australia at a later date. The recommended retail price is $3.49.
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