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Chocolate Clusters the New Pick of the Pantry

Chocolate Clusters the New Pick of the Pantry

Alison’s Pantry has added a delicious new creamy chocolate cluster to their range of self-selection products just in time for Mother’s Day.

Black Forest Clusters are a mouth-watering blend of decadent milk chocolate, crunchy biscuit pieces and a mixture of berries including cranberries, strawberries, inca berries, red tart cherries and raspberries. The combination of these ingredients clustered together creates a unique texture and flavour impossible to resist!

Made from cocoa milk chocolate, Black Forest Clusters are the perfect bite sized treat to make Mum smile. Wrapped in cellophane or dropped into a kraft paper bag they also make the perfect wedding favour.

The new Alison’s Pantry Black Forest Clusters are now available at self-selection departments of New World and Pak’N Save supermarkets for $1.99 per 100g.

For further information on this new product and for great recipe ideas, visit www.alisonspantry.co.nz.

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