PepsiCo introduces Funbites
PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand has launched a new snack range.
The new ‘Grainy Funbites’ have been released under its SunBites brand which is most commonly known for Grainwave wholegrain chips.
Grainy Funbites are a similar product to Grainwaves, but are in the shape of stars, and come in three flavours – cheese, pizza and sour cream and chives.
Tami Cunningham, Marketing Director of PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand said “Sunbites Grainy Funbites reflect PepsiCo ANZ’s commitment to developing innovative products that make lunchbox shopping easy for mums.”
Grainy Funbites are baked and are made with 65 per cent wholegrain. PepsiCo says the Funbites have no artificial colours or flavours.
Woolworths and independent supermarkets are now selling Grainy Funbites. Recommended retail prices start from AUD $5.00 for two packs containing five portion sizes.
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