The Cornish brand uses ethically sourced and organically grown ingredients, including 11mg of CBD, within its two new drinks flavours.
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Barry Callebaut leverages its deep scientific knowledge of the cacaofruit and the fruit’s supportive health effect by introducing a nutraceutical fruit drink.
The new range of premium British lager uses nutritious coconut flower drops as a key ingredient.
Speciality & Fine Food Fair Connects is an online platform designed to unite the event’s community year-round.
Olly’s brings three diverse new ranges including a five-strong range of Pretzel Thins and three Seasoned Nut Mixes and two varieties of Chocolate Pretzel Thins to market.
Sugar-free drink with only 109KJ per can and serves 5g of branch chain amino acids.
The range can be consumed at home and on the go, making them perfect for snacking as well as a great light meal alternative.