Byron Bay launches Pride Cookie
Christine Manfield for Byron Bay Cookies
Byron Bay Cookie Company has launched a Pride cookie in partnership with Qantas.
The cookie was developed by chef Christine Manfield and is heart shaped with a blend of milk choc chunks and rainbow choc drops.
The cookie will be available on selected Qantas domestic and international flights in the lead up to Sydney’s Mardi Gras Parade on 4 March 2017.
“I’m proud to have had the opportunity to work with Byron Bay Cookie Company to launch the Pride Cookie and bring to life what Mardi Gras is all about,” Mansfield said.
The cookies will also be available in selected cafes and through the Byron Bay Cookie Company website with a recommended retail price of AUD $3.50.
Beetroot, pumpkin and spinach crackers are the three latest cracker varieties released by Sakata.
Leading food law consultancy firm FoodLegal has announced a new workshop “Sign-off and Take-off for ...
Kellogg’s has given its LCM bars a health makeover.
Woolworths has been testing rounded pricing in its supermarkets.
FoodSafe, a VirtualMGR solution, is an app that digitises a range of food safety protocols, from fr...
Aldi has come out on top in Roy Morgan Research’s latest Customer Satisfaction Awards.
OPINION: Peter McRae is an importing and exporting industry specialist responding to recent listeria...
A new frozen meal range, targeted as a meal solution for children, is being sold in Australian super...