Kez’s Kitchen launches new cookie varieties

Posted by AFN Staff Writers on 23rd June 2014

Australian biscuit, snack and cereal brand Kez’s Kitchen has expanded its Taking Cafe Home range with the launch of five new flavour-packed cookies, exclusive to Woolworths.

New products in the Taking Cafe Home range are:

  • Mini Mixed Moments 9 in 190g pack RRP $5.49
  • Fig & Date with Dark Chocolate Cookie Slices 6 x 25g RRP $5.49
  • Salted Caramel Peanut & Pretzel Milk Chocolate Coated Slices 6 x 25g RRP $5.49
  • Chocolate Mud-Cookie Bites Chocolate Chip 200g box RRP $4.99
  • Chocolate Mud-Cookie Bites Salted Caramel Fudge 200g box RRP $4.99

Kez’s Kitchen said its Taking Cafe Home range “allows biscuit-lovers to enjoy the luxury cafe experience in their own homes”. The Company said the five new products “add a creative twist to family favourites”.

“Consumers are always looking for new and exciting innovation and we are pleased that with the support of Woolworths these products will be available to Australian consumers nationally from June,” said Michael Carp, Managing Director of Kez’s Kitchen. “These new products were created specifically so that consumers can experience cafe style, indulgent treats in the comfort of their own homes,” he said.

Kez’s Kitchen said the Mini Mixed Moments product was a “new take” on Melting Moments. The product is a packet of nine bite-size melting moments in chocolate, red velvet and passionfruit flavours, which the Company said were inspired by the French macaron.

Kez’s Kitchen said it had also innovated with its cookie slice options: available in Fig & Date with Dark Choc and Salted Caramel Peanut & Pretzel with Milk Choc.

Taking its Chocolate Chip cookies product and smothering them in rich chocolate resulted in the creation of what Kez’s Kitchen said were “the most decadent Taking Cafe Home snacks yet”: Chocolate Mud-Cookie Bites available in Chocolate Chip and Salted Caramel Fudge.

Kez’s Kitchen is an Australian family business, owned by Michael Carp, which bakes high quality gourmet biscuits, cereals and snacks. The business was originally founded 1991 by Michael’s mother (Helen) and sister (Kez). After more than 20 years, Kez’s Kitchen said almost all recipes still come directly from Helen. Kez’s Kitchen said all its products were Australian made. They are stocked across cafes, conference rooms, major retailers and airlines.