Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart launches first flavour variation
Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tarts are now selling their first flavour variation.
Hokkaido first launched in Malaysia in mid-2016 where its tarts quickly became a popular food trend. Stores were opened in Sydney and Melbourne a few months later with the tarts also becoming popular quickly in Australia.
Originally just selling plain cheese tarts, Hokkaido will now sell a chocolate variety in its Australian stores.
Chocolate tarts will be priced slightly higher than the original cheese tart with the new option priced at AUD $4.20 per tart. Original tarts cost AUD $3.90 per tart.
There are four Hokkaido stores in Melbourne and one in Sydney.
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