Beemster Dutch gouda cheese

Beemster, a premium gouda cheese renowned for its rich and creamy taste has been launched in Australia.

Made in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, ‘The Beemster’ in North Holland, its delicious taste is the direct result of ideal farming conditions and practices.

Made from local farming cooperatives since 1901, the Beemster family now consists of 175 employees and 460 farmers. The cheese aims to be the most environmentally-friendly cheese maker in the world and is dedicated to sustainability and free-range farming.

The cheese is aged in historic warehouses for between one month for a mild taste and up to 26 months for a more robust taste. The range includes Mild, Medium, Aged, Classic, X-O- and Royaal, each aged for a distinctive flavour, suited to accompany different beverages and foods.

The Beemster region has unique mineral-rich soil, which results in smooth and sweet milk and the creamiest Gouda cheese in Holland. The Beemster is considered the first and most famous polder in Holland, a low-lying land area surrounded by dykes and windmills, which creates pastures ideal for cattle to feed on.

The Beemster Polder is largely unchanged since 1901 and was registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999, formally recognising and protecting the region. The small herds of cattle graze freely and have free-range access to the pastures.

The company has been recognised as Holland’s most distinguished cheesemaker by being made a supplier to the Royal Court of the Netherlands, the highest honour for a cheese company in Holland. In 2001 The company was given the right to use “Royal Warrant”, an honour reserved for exceptional Dutch businesses that are over a century old.

The cheese is imported in Australia through Angeles Fine Foods, an independent importer, wholesaler and distributor of premium gourmet food products.

 

Dr Tim’s Traditional Ale

Coopers Brewery is celebrating the 60th birthday of its Managing Director and Chief Brewer, Dr Tim Cooper, by releasing limited edition 440ml cans of his eponymous beer, Dr Tim’s Traditional Ale.

Dr Cooper turned 60 in June and to help celebrate the milestone, the company is producing 20,000 cases of Dr Tim’s Traditional Ale in the 440ml can format. It is the first time that Coopers has released a 440ml can.

It is envisaged they will be available at the same price as the standard 375ml cans and are expected to be in stock in major retailers across Australia later this month (August).

National Sales and Marketing Director, Mr Cam Pearce, said Coopers had been keen to celebrate Dr Cooper’s birthday with customers.

“Members of Dr Cooper’s brewing team suggested that a special edition can of Dr Tim’s would be a suitable recognition,” he said.

“The decision was made for this to be a 440ml can, to be sold at the same price as the 375ml can.”

Dr Tim’s Traditional Ale was first produced in 2004 as an experiment to see whether Coopers ales, which undergo secondary fermentation, could be successfully packaged in cans.

Coopers’ packaging company, Amcor (now Orora), provided cans for this experiment with Dr Tim’s Traditional Ale already printed on them.

This resulted in what the brewery calls an “accidental product” which has since developed its own dedicated following. For many years, sales of Dr Tim’s were restricted to South Australia, but it is now available nationally.

The technical success of Dr Tim’s resulted in Coopers releasing Coopers Mild Ale 3.5% later in 2004 in both cans and bottles. It is thought that these two products are the only ones in the world to undergo secondary fermentation in the can.

Pink grapefruit & mint natural energy drink

Level Beverages has added 28 BLACK – Pink Grapefruit Mint as the newest addition to their taurine free collection of energy drinks.

Hitting the shelves in September, this flavour not only looks and tastes great but will also give back to the community, with 10 cents per can sold being donated to the McGrath Foundation, the charity which raises money for Breast Care Nurses.

According to the company, the product is a premium and less synthetic energy drink, a better for you alternative. Key differences between 28 BLACK and other energy drinks on the market include:

  • Taurine free
  • Natural caffeine
  • No preservatives
  • No artificial colours
  • Gluten free
  • Vegan friendly

“What’s even better than the delicious pink grapefruit and mint combination is the fact that 28 BLACK energy drinks are free of preservatives and artificial colours! The drinks also don’t contain the amino acid Taurine – this is great because some people can experience nasty side effects when Taurine is combined with caffeine and sugar in energy drinks. It’s true, not all energy drinks are bad for you,” commented Nutritionist Heidi Meyer.

 

Natural seasoning blends

Mingle’s range of natural seasonings now includes six savoury blends and one sweet blend, all without any nasties, sugars, chemical fillers, calories or high amounts of salt.

Carefully crafted to appeal to everyday Australians, the handcrafted blends cater to those who appreciate a kick of chilli or crave those classic garlic and herb flavours.

The seasoning’s distinct flavour profiles and personality allows home cooks, the health conscious and parents to add flavour to their food worry-free, to enjoy nutritious meals and snacks full of flavour.

They also cater to vegan, gluten free, paleo, sugar free, preservative free, and fructose free diets.

The range includes:

Sofia – Spicy

Ingredients include Garlic, Onion, Kashmiri Chilli Pepper, Cumin Powder, Sweet Paprika, Pink Himalayan Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Oregano and Parsley.

Sass – Smokey

Sass is made up of Onion, Garlic, Pink Himalayan Sea Salt, Cayenne Pepper, Cinnamon, Coriander, Smoked Paprika, All Spice and Thyme.

Sammy – All purpose

This blend includes Onion, Garlic, Cumin Powder, Sweet Paprika, Pink Himalayan Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Mustard, Coriander, Roasted Chilli Powder, Thyme, Oregano, Basil Leaves and Parsley.

Siena – Garlic and Herb

Siena includes Garlic, Onion, Pink Himalayan Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Coriander, Roasted Chilli Powder, Basil Leaves, Thyme, Mustard, Smoked Paprika and Parsley.

Sally – Ranch

Sally’s ingredients include Garlic, Onion, Dill Tips, Pink Himalayan Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Parsley Flakes and Basil Leaves.

Sahara – Moroccan (Fructose Free)

Sahara is made up of Cumin Powder, Ginger Powder, Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Coriander Powder, All Spice, Sweet Paprika, Pink Himalayan Sea Salt, Smoked Paprika, Clove and Parsley Leaves.

Stella – Coconut & Cacao (Sweet Blend)

Ingredients include Desiccated Coconut, Chia Seeds, Organic Cacao Nibs, Organic Cacao Powder, Organic Coconut Sugar, Organic Coconut Nectar and Sea Salt.

McKenzie’s launches new products

McKenzie’s Foods are adding to their selection of products in time for Spring with the announcement of the new McKenzie’s Shaved Coconut (Dried, 150g), McKenzie’s Fine Pink Salt (400g), and McKenzie’s Baking Powder (300g – new size container).

McKenzie’s Shaved Coconut (Dried, 150g) will add to the McKenzie’s specialty coconut range offering shaved and dried superfood product in a convenient resealable bag. Shaved coconut will add a delicious flavour to a range of baking recipes, cereals, cake decorating, raw recipes, Asian salads, Thai and Indian cuisines.

McKenzie’s Fine Pink Salt (400g) extends the popular Shake & Pour range in a unique and convenient shake or pour lid. The health benefits of Himalayan Fine Pink Salt are endless, and are a perfect dining addition for BBQ’s, picnics and general home dining.

The bigger McKenzie’s Baking Powder (300g) will satisfy home-bakers who have been searching for a larger quantity of McKenzie’s trusted baking powder. The quality product is also Gluten Free, joining the rapidly-growing market and providing an alternative for those who have a gluten intolerance.

Heineken 3 mid-strength beer

Heineken’s latest innovation, Heineken 3 mid-strength beer, is the first the company has released in Australia since its arrival here.

The launch seeks to capitalise on the growing demand for premium mid-strength beer, with the company identifying growth potential among occasional beer drinkers across Australia.

The company has also analysed data and insights from Australian consumers to identify opportunities to leverage spontaneous, easy-drinking, mid-energy and mid-afternoon consumption occasions. This will form a major part of a strategy to enable the brand to access more drinkers in more occasions.

The beer enables consumers to “Have It All’. This is communicated through the product’s three key attributes: lower calories, lower carbohydrates and an award-winning great taste.

The latter is supported by award-winning success at the World Beer Championships as best Lower Calorie lager in 2013 & 2014 and a Gold Medal at the 2015 European Beer Star Awards for best German Style Liechtbier.

The beer has only 86 calories per bottle, 5g carbs and 3.3 per cent ABV so consumers no longer have to compromise on taste and premium experience when choosing a lower calorie beer.

Furthermore, research has shown that the beer is appealing not just to its traditional core target male audience but it’s also an opportunity to recruit more female consumers, particularly among those who want an easier drinking and lower calorie lager.

Cocolife unrefined organic coconut oil spray

For the coconut oil lovers – Cocolife has created a coconut oil spray, which is a convenient way to enjoy the health benefits of coconut oil at home or on the go. The spray is easy to bring along for cooking and as a natural hair and skin moisturiser.

The spray uses the same, premium certified organic, cold-pressed coconut oil that is available in our glass jar and bulk 3.8l pail. The coconut oil is premium quality, gluten and GMO free, vegan friendly and ethically sourced direct from organic farms in the Philippines.

Available in 375g twin packs from all Costco stores nationally. 150g sprays are available from the below website and from Unique Health Products.

Manufacturer: Cocolife

Ingredients: 60 per cent Certified Organic Virgin Coconut Oil; 40 per cent Food Grade Gas

Shelf Life: Two years

Packaging: 375g and 150g spray cans

Product Manager: Bernadette Favis

Website: www.cocolifeaust.com.au

 

Pure Origin Grand Cru from Nespresso

Inspired by the rich and vibrant coffee culture of Brazil, Nespresso introduces Cafezinho do Brasil as a Limited Edition Pure Origin Grand Cru.

In Brazil, coffee is deeply ingrained within everyday life, whether this is a warm welcome from a stranger, a catch-up with friends at a local café or a business meeting. Meaning ‘small coffee’ in Brazilian Portuguese, ‘cafezinho’ also represents a welcoming gesture made upon entering a home, to facilitate conversations and forge new connections.

To develop an espresso that captures the essence of cafezinho, Nespresso experts worked closely with Brazilian locals to discover the true cafezinho flavours and aromas. Local farmers discussed their current practices and demonstrated a specific Arabica harvesting technique to strip only the ripe beans without letting them come into contact with any earth to retain the particular flavour needed for Cafezinho do Brasil.

Boasting an intensity level of 9, Cafezinho do Brasil has been designed to reflect the sensorial qualities of a Brazilian cafezinho, merging unexpected hints of walnut and sandalwood aroma, with unusual herbal notes reminiscent of thyme or rosemary.

Best enjoyed as an espresso of 40ml, Cafezinho do Brasil can also be prepared as a long black, by adding 125ml of hot water to the espresso to create a sweet, round coffee that retains the woody and herbal aromatic notes of the Grand Cru.

Cafezinho do Brasil also pairs well with milk. Extracted as a ristretto of 30ml and enjoyed as a cappuccino, Cafezinho do Brasil develops salty, bitter and toasted notes reminiscent of roasted peanuts. Combined with smooth milk froth to create a latte macchiato, Cafezinho do Brasil brings out sweet, round walnut notes and a light smoky aftertaste.

John West introduces tuna range and new ambassador

Australian tuna brand John West has appointed a chef ambassador to launch its new ‘Fiery’ tuna range.

Despite his imposing, gruff build and a more casual demeanour than most chefs, the new talent (pictured) is no stranger to international flavours, and has been part of the John West family for years now.

“We wanted someone who really embodied John West’s values, is passionate about quality seafood and a lover of flavour. Although the search was long and rigorous, we had to be sure the ambassador representing this exciting innovation in tuna flavour was right, and it seems the answer was in front of us the entire time,” explained Katie Saunders, General Manager – Shelf Grocery.

The new range brings together spice and flavour to challenge hot food lovers. With Tangy Jalapeno, Smokey Chipotle, Red Hot Sriracha and Inferno, all varying in heat, the new flavours are set to complement the more classic snack or dish.

Earlier this year, John West solidified one of the most remarkable sustainability movements in history; overhauling their supply chain to become MSC certified, the world’s best standard in sustainability.

Each can of the four flavours will be marked with a blue, MSC eco-label, signifying the tuna was caught using sustainable methods and is traceable from the oceans it was caught in, to the can on supermarket shelves.

World’s first chia butter

Family-owned Australian dairy company Ballantyne has launched a spreadable butter blended with chia oil.

On shelf from September, the product combines the taste and texture of traditional butter with the numerous health benefits of Australia’s most popular super food. According to the company, it is the first product of its type in the world.

Chia is high in Omega 3 which may assist with good blood flow, hormonal balance and improve mood. Being a rich source of antioxidants, it can also help limit the production of free radicals, slowing the aging process and protecting the skin from damage.

“Chia is now a mainstream super food”, according to Yuko Granger, Ballantyne Marketing and Brand Development Manager, “its benefits are widely appreciated and this should accelerate trial and adoption.”

The new chia product is the latest addition to Ballantyne’s innovative and popular spreadable range, which includes butters blended with avocado oil and extra virgin olive oil.

“Our butter products have wide appeal”, said Granger, “They allow consumers to make healthier decisions at the dairy case, but still enjoy the wholesome goodness of regular butter.”

The chia used in the new butter blend is supplied by The Chia Co, which grow their crops using sustainable farming practices throughout the Kimberly region in Western Australia.

 


Cornitos Peri Peri Nacho Crisps

Gluten free crispy tortilla chips, available in 10 flavours, including Peri Peri, Sizzlin Jalapeno, Wasabi, Mexicana Tomato, etc. Made from stone ground Non-GMO corn.

Manufacturer: RTC FOODS (distributor in Australia)

Ingredients:  Corn (70%); Corn Oil; Iodized Salt; Spices & Herbs (Chilli (12%), Black Pepper, Red Bell Pepper, Oregano); Corn Starch; Sugar; Lime Juice Powder; Garlic Powder; Soya Sauce Powder; Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid-INS 330).

Contains Added Flavours – Natural & Nature Identical Flavouring Substances (Vinegar)

Shelf Life: 12 months

Packaging: 50g Tins, 60g & 150g bags

Product Manager: Scott Porter

Country of origin: India

Website: cornitos.in/nachos-gluten-free.php

 

2014 Special Selection red wines

The team at Sacred Hill has released the 2014 Special Selection red wines from their Gimblett Gravels Vineyard; Helmsman Cabernet Merlot, Brokenstone Blend and Deerstalkers Syrah.

According to the company, the wines are characterised by richness and depth of flavour, with supple tannin balance and elegance of structure.

Sacred Hill Helmsman 2014

Winemaker’s note – Inky deep colour. Rich aromas of chocolate, cassis, dark berry, violets, roasted meats and savoury dried herb notes. The fine tannin structure builds intensity in the palate to a plush mid-palate texture, wonderful forest floor complexity, and a fine and lingering finish. A very classical and elegantly powerful wine.

Sacred Hill Brokenstone 2014

Winemaker’s note – Deep plummy red. Complex aromas of baked plum, sweet leather, dark flowers, cedar, licorice and baking spices. The palate is supple with sweet black fruits, baked plum, sage and dark chocolate notes. The structure is fine with soft chalky tannins and a lovely slatey/mineral aftertaste.

Sacred Hill Deerstalkers Syrah 2014

Winemaker’s note – Excellent depth of colour. Lifted floral nose with black pepper, blue flowers, milk chocolate and sweet black berries and dark cherry notes. The palate has profound depth, yet elegance and style. Ripe black berry and cherry flavours are enhanced by black pepper spice and hints of minerality.  A powerful and finely structured Syrah.

 

 

A fresh and simple approach to home cooking

Woolworths Simply is a  range of ready-to-heat dishes designed to inspire consumers to create simple, affordable and appetising meals.

With quality meat and poultry recipes included in the new range, there’s an array of options to cover every night of the week. New meals include the traditional French style Simply Beef Bourguignon cooked in a red wine and garlic sauce, the Simply Slow Cooked BBQ Pulled Pork with a sweet hickory smoked BBQ sauce and the Roast Chicken with Tomato and Basil Stuffing.

For a classic winter warmer, the range provides a home-cooked meal, without the hassle of preparing from scratch.

Made in Australia, free from artificial colours and flavours, the range includes 21 options from tasty meat dishes to sides. The range offers a large variety of taste sensations – just simply heat and serve in no time at all.

The Winter Meats range is particularly popular as shoppers look to create warmer meals during the cooler months. The Woolworths Simply range offers straightforward, flavoursome and more convenient home-cooked meals at fantastic value. Each meat dish requires 45-60mins to cook, relieving customers of the time-consuming preparation of a slow cooked meat or poultry dish. It’s as simple as placing on a baking tray, popping straight in the oven and waiting for the delicious aromas to fill the house.

The range also includes a variety of nutrient packed veggie sides to complement the classic meat dishes including Simply Steamed Vegetables with Garlic Butter, the Simply Roast Potato Bake with Béchamel Sauce and the Simply Stir Fry Vegetables and Mushroom.

Around the world in eight flavours

The master gelato makers at Gelatissimo continue their epic journey Around the World in August, introducing four all new and exciting flavours as inspired from across the globe.

Start with a walk on the wild side with Cape Town Choco Coco.  The bold fusion of chocolate and coconut in this creamy gelato is inspired by a South African favourite, deliciously crunchy Romany Coco Biscuits.

Next, experience the sophistication and romance of a French Kiss. The tantalizing crepe flavour melt-in-the-mouth gelato is paired with a refreshing orange citrus swirl. Think classic Crepes Suzette, and you will instantly be transported to a café on the Seine River.

Hopping across the Channel into the rich and comforting Gelato Royale – Gelatissimo’s take on the English classic, bread and butter pudding. The humble pudding has been transformed into a distinctive creamy vanilla custard gelato, folded with soft morsels of caramel soaked brioche and bursts of sweet sultanas, truly an indulgence fit for a Queen.

Wrap up your Gelatissimo journey Around the World with a bang with Viva Brasilia. Inspired by Rio, the passionfruit and sweet honey swirl gelato combination has a definite Latino flamboyancy yet also a beautiful and delicate floral accent.

Milla Bush Tonics

Having established a reputation for unearthing and combining interesting Australian bush flavours with locally-grown fruit, Millamolong Australia is now introducing Milla Bush Tonics to add to their award-winning range of Milla Cordials.

These sparkling, ready-to-drink Milla Bush Tonics are now available in two of their most popular cordial flavours – Apple, Ginger & Rosella (No Added Sugar) and Ruby Grapefruit & Lemon Aspen.

“Due to popular demand we’ve added fizz – and a lot of bush sparkle – to our much loved range of 100% Australian-owned and grown Milla Cordials,” explains Camilla Strang, co-founder of Milla Cordials. “Our ready-made and ready-to-drink Milla Bush Tonics are the perfect match for long, lazy Aussie summer afternoons. Take them along to picnics and bbqs in backyards, gardens, parks and beaches – your friends and family will love you for it.”

Each Bush Tonic flavour has been carefully and meticulously crafted to achieve a delicate balance of flavours, using Australian bush ingredients and local Aussie fruit.

Tasty dessert with health benefits

These dessert-inspired yoghurts from Hansells can be made freshly from home and are available in three new flavours – Apple & Berry Crumble, Banoffee Pie and Lemon Tart.

These dessert yoghurts are a tasty after dinner treat and make a great companion for any dessert. They are easy to make (and can be made in any yoghurt maker), with up to eight servings every time.

And because you make them fresh, the yoghurts are packed with live and active cultures, which are good for maintaining a healthy inside (the fresher the yoghurt, the more culture it contains and you can’t get fresher than homemade yoghurt).

Pop some yoghurt on your cereal in the morning for a tasty addition to your breakfast, take some to work to help you through the 3pm slump, or layer fruit and yoghurt in a jar to create a deconstructed style of dessert.

Fresh new look Nutella 3kg bucket

Nutella has transformed the packaging of its iconic 3kg tubs from brown to white to ensure foodservice professionals can better manage usage and reorder in time to prevent stock shortages. The packaging change comes in response to new research that has uncovered the challenges experienced by chefs and café owners.

Commissioned by Ferrero Foodservice, the survey of over 400 Australian chefs and café workers¹ has found that running out of product during service is one of the worst things that can happen in a café or commercial kitchen.

“Following customer feedback that the inside of our brown tub can make it hard to distinguish the true usage of Nutella, we have looked to repackage our foodservice tubs. After all, a service without Nutella available is no service at all,” said Jodie Tripodi, National Sales Manager Foodservice, Ferrero Australia & New Zealand.

“With our old packaging, from a quick glance it could look like there is more Nutella available than is really the case. Time poor chefs and café workers will be pleased to know the new tubs offer a stark contrast to the Nutella inside, allowing them to quickly and accurately gauge how much product they have left,” said Tripodi.

The new foodservice specific tubs, which contain the much loved 52-year-old original Nutella recipe that is extremely popular with cafes, restaurants and hotels around the country, are being rolled out from September and will be available nationwide.

Importantly for foodservice businesses looking to cater to customer tastes, consumer love for the product continues to grow in Australia. It currently has a market share of 83 per cent of all chocolate spread sales, and value sales have grown +7 per cent year on year.

Kerrygold dairy products

Continuing the traditional farming practices of their ancestors, with more than 6,000 years of provenance, Ireland’s dairy farmers collect milk to craft the dairy brand, Kerrygold.

Roaming freely across a hectare to call their own, up to 300 days a year, amongst the greenest grass graze the dairy cows. The result is butter and cheese, packed with naturally occurring antioxidant beta-carotene to give these products their characteristic golden colour and creamy taste.

Established in 1962, Kerrygold today is a co-operative representing 15,000 family owned farms, most of which have been handed down through the generations. Across Ireland, these small scale dairy farms are working together to share their premium, sustainably farmed and manufactured dairy products with discerning epicureans of the world.

“Our rich, creamy milk from grass-fed cows creates the most naturally produced and exceptionally tasty dairy products unique to Ireland. With a freshness and quality ensured by the care and dedication of our farmers, Kerrygold is a humble embodiment of Ireland’s most beloved craft” said Kate Saul, Marketing Manager, Kerrygold.

“The opportunity to share our Irish butter and cheese in Australia is such an honour. We hope our love of taste and tradition can be enjoyed by families and food lovers across Australia.”

The range includes:

  • Pure Irish Butter, Slightly Salted 250g
  • Pure Irish Butter, Unsalted 250g
  • Cheddar Vintage 200g
  • Cheddar Extra Mature 200g
  • Cheddar Dubliner 200 g

Helga’s Gluten Free Wholemeal

Manufacturer: Goodman Fielder

Launch date: July 2016

Ingredients: Water, wholemeal rice flour (18%), modified tapioca starch (1442), maize starch, milled linseed, canola oil, sugar, egg white, soy flour, iodised salt, psyllium flour, cultured dextrose, vinegar, yeast, emulsifier (491), thickener (464), vegetable gum (412), vitamin (thiamin)

Shelf Life: 14 days

Packaging: Modified Atmosphere Pack (MAP) which excludes oxygen

Country of origin: Australia

Website: goodmanfielder.com

Made with care from gluten free wholegrains, Helga’s Gluten Free Wholemeal delivers the closest thing to a real bread experience without the gluten. Just one serve (two slices) contributes 25 per cent towards the Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council 48g Whole Grain Daily Target Intake.

To prove just how delicious gluten free wholemeal can be, Helga’s has commissioned Sophie Henley, owner of boutique Sydney wholefoods cafe, Henley’s Wholefoods, to create a series of mouth-watering recipes featuring the new Helga’s Gluten Free Wholemeal.

Inspired by the impressive, Instagram worthy menu on offer at Henley’s Wholefoods, Sophie Henley and her team have paired Helga’s Gluten Free Wholemeal with a selection of fresh ingredients to create the recipes. For example, the Chicken Finger Sandwich is packed full of nutritious ingredients and is gluten and dairy free so it’s perfect for entertaining friends and family with dietary requirements.

Given those following a gluten free diet need to avoid wheat, rye, barley and oats, getting enough wholegrains in the diet can be tricky.

Containing no artificial colours and flavours, Helga’s Gluten Free Wholemeal is dairy free and a source of fibre.

Made by the seed and grain experts, the new Wholemeal recipe joins Helga’s Gluten Free Sunflower & Red Quinoa, Helga’s Gluten Free Soy & Linseed and Helga’s Gluten Free 5 Seeds.

Streets Disney Finding Dory

Fans of the  Disney Pixar movie, Finding Dory, will be excited to find the new Streets Disney Finding Dory making waves in ice cream freezers around Australia.

Streets Ice Cream has launched this delicious frozen treat to celebrate Dory, the friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish, starring in her very own animated sequel after stealing the hearts of movie-goers in Finding Nemo.

Streets Disney Finding Dory is a vanilla and bubble-gum flavoured treat, made with wholesome dairy milk, and free from artificial flavours.

Finding Dory has made a huge splash at the box office with revenues of $136.2 million in its opening weekend, making it the highest-grossing animated debut of all time1.

After the success of the Streets Olaf the Snowman ice cream last year in conjunction with the movie FROZEN, Streets believed another Disney collaboration would help drive consumers into convenience stores.

Knowing the hype that has been surrounding the release of the sequel to Finding Nemo, Streets is excited to add the Finding Dory frozen treat to its diverse product range.