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New nana approved scones to tempt traditionalists

Press release                                                                                                                        19 June 2008


New 'nana approved' scones to tempt traditionalists

If you reminisce about the smells of freshly baked home made scones your nana used to make, Bakers Delight has introduced two new mouth-watering scones that are sure to get the taste buds tingling.

Nana will definitely approve of the new Bakers Delight Wholemeal, Oat and Honey scones and Berry & White Choc scones - two tantalising twists on the traditional favourite.

The delicious Wholemeal, Oat and Honey Scones combine wholemeal flour with rolled oats and honey, with some extra rolled oats sprinkled on top to make a crunchy topping. A healthy take on tradition, these scones are perfect slightly warmed with melted butter and a good cup of tea.

For those who want a little indulgence, tempt yourself to the new Bakers Delight Berry & White Choc Scones. Made with real blueberries, creating a sensational purple colour, and sweetened with white choc chips, this new flavour tastes just as good as it looks - a must-have for those with a sweet tooth.

These two new varieties will complement Bakers Delight's already hugely popular scone range, which includes traditional, fruit, date, Sicilian, exotic fruit, choc mud and spinach, feta and pesto scones.

All of these delicious scones are hand made, baked fresh every day and contain no preservatives - just like nana use to make.

Bakers Delight's delicious range of scones are available on their own or in a four pack combo.

Bakers Delight has 22 Auckland and five Christchurch stores, as well as bakeries in Hamilton, Hastings, Mt Manganui, Tauranga, Rotorua, Taupo, and Lower Hutt.



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