New Twisties, Grain Waves and Nobby’s Nuts hit supermarkets
Pepsi Co. Australia and New Zeeland is releasing more new chips into Australian supermarkets.
The latest editions include:
Four new Nobby’s Nuts varieties are now available, chilli and lime peanut and cashew mix 200g (recommended retail price AUD$4.49), Smokey BBQ peanut and cashew mix 200g (recommended retail price AUD$4.49), salt and vinegar peanuts 350g (recommended retail price AUD$3.35) and satay peanuts 350g (recommended retail price AUD$3.35).
Red Rock Deli
Two Special Edition flavours of Red Rock Deli chips are now being sold in Coles and independent supermarkets across Australia. The flavours are Deli Roasted Tomato, Basli and Bocconcini and Cheddar and Wholegrain Mustard. Both flavour are available in 165g (recommended retail price AUD$4.19) and 90g packet sizes (recommended retail price of AUD$2.60). Deli Roasted Tomato, Basli and Bocconcini will also be sold in Woolworths supermarkets.
Grain Waves are now available in a cheddar cheese flavour sold in 175gm packs a Woolworths, Coles and independent supermarkets with a recommended retail price of AUD$3.80. A 5 pack multipack will also be available at Woolworths supermarkets only with a recommended retail price of AUD$3.40.
There will now be two more Twisties flavours available to Coles shoppers only, Twisities Cheeseburger and Twisities Cheesy Chilli. Both products will be available in 90gm packets only with a recommended retail price of AUD$1.80.
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