New chocolate chunk Sara Lee Bavarian range released
A new Sara Lee Bavarian range has hit Australian supermarkets.
The Sara Lee Incredibly Chocolate Chunky Bavarian range includes two new Bavarian varieties – Triple Choc Chunk and White Choc Chunk and Raspberry. Both options include chocolate biscuit bases and chunks of chocolate on top.
McCain Foods Senior Product Manager Desserts, Laura Gomez-Gracia, said the Bavarians “will give chocolate devotees a dessert that is truly the most delicious part of their meal.”
“Everyone looks forward to dessert but sometimes we just don’t have the time to make something special for family and friends,” Ms Gomz-Gracia said.
“That’s why we’re excited to launch these new Incredibly satisfying Bavarian flavours, which will help our consumers make those moments easy and special at the same time.
“With a growing consumer demand for desserts that are a step up from the norm, Australians are looking for an indulgent point of difference when purchasing a dessert, hosting a dinner party or special occasion.”
Sara Lee’s Incredibly Chocolate Chunky Bavarian range is available now at Woolworths and Metcash supplied independent supermarkets across Australia. Coles is stocking Triple Choc Chunk only. The recommended retail price is AUD $6.99 for a 530g Bavarian that contains six servings.
The Sara Lee brand is licensed by McCain Foods (Aust) Pty Ltd.
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