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New and improved Bakers Delight fruit mince tarts

Media release                                                                       4 December 2008

New and improved Bakers Delight fruit mince tarts
 
Bakers Delight have launched delicious new and improved fruit mince tarts that taste just like you've baked them at home.

The national bakery chain are gearing up for the fruit mince tart silly season expecting to bake around 200,000 of the Christmas favourites in the lead up to Christmas.

The new Bakers Delight fruit mince tarts will tempt even the most discerning taste buds. These luscious tarts are made of a delicious golden, sweet, buttery short crust pastry. Encased in the pastry is a traditional moist blend of spiced fruit mince - mixing apples, sultanas and currants, with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.

"Even though Kiwis are known for their modern take on Christmas day - with barbeques, the beach and brunches often outnumbering turkeys.  The humble fruit mince tart is still a firm favourite and adds a touch of tradition to any Christmas celebration," says Colleen Milne from Bakers Delight.

These delicious tarts are the perfect treat to indulge at any time of day - whether you're sharing them with friends and family, or simply allowing yourself a little luxury.

For pure indulgence, serve the tarts slightly warmed with whipped cream or custard, drizzled with liqueur and serve with ice-cream or with homemade brandy butter (half butter, half caster sugar with an added tablespoon of brandy - the ultimate treat.

Too good to resist this Christmas, treat yourself and your family to a delicious Bakers Delight fruit mince tart today!  

Bakers Delight fruit mince tarts are available now in boxes of six to share with others for $9.80, or singly for individual treats for $1.80.

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

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