UK: Eat Natural launches winter offering
The UK snack bar brand Eat Natural has added to its range, with the launch of its second seasonal recipe, a Pear, Pecan and Ginger with Dark Chocolate bar.
The launch of the January special edition follows the introduction of its first, special seasonal variant in the summer, a yoghurt-coated blueberry and pistachio bar.
The new product is to be available initially at Tesco, Holland & Barrett and Julian Graves stores. A single 45g bar has a recommended retail price of GBP0.69 (US$1.36), while three-bar multipacks will retail for GBP1.99. The new products will also be available to all other UK retailers, the company said.
Eat Natural has plans to continue launching seasonal offerings, with three different recipes appearing each year, available for a limited period of four months.
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