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Good Things Come In Bite Sized Clusters

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22 August 2014

GOOD THINGS COME IN BITE SIZED CLUSTERS

A cluster of diamonds. A cluster of stars. A cluster of roses. Donovans know good things come in clusters which is why they’ve been busy perfecting something very special; Donovans Chocolate Clusters.

The new chocolate clusters range features a trio of sweet and crunchy chocolate clusters in three mouth-watering flavours; Milk Chocolate Hokey Pokey, Milk Chocolate Ultimate Peanut and Milk Chocolate Wild Berry Crunch.

Available in 150g handy re-sealable pouches, Donovans new Chocolate Clusters range is perfect for sharing every day with other chocolate lovers.

The range of Donovans Chocolate Clusters includes:

Milk Chocolate Wild Berry Crunch Clusters - bursting with genuine berry flavours, perfect for those with a bit of a sweet tooth.

Milk Chocolate Ultimate Peanut Clusters are a nostalgic Kiwi classic containing crunchy roasted peanuts with creamy milk chocolate - The ultimate texture and flavour combination.

Milk Chocolate Hokey Pokey Clusters feature the rich smoothness of Donovans delectable milk chocolate, with a crackle of hokey pokey for all the honeycomb toffee lovers out there.

Chocolate Clusters join Donovans’ existing range of NZ made, decadent/premium pouches including Milk Chocolate Turkish Delight 170g, Dark Chocolate Covered Ginger 170g, Dark Chocolate Caramels 170g, Russian Fudge 200g and Chocolate Fudge 200g.

New Donovans Chocolate Clusters are now available from selected New World and Pak’n Save supermarkets, selected speciality stores or online fromwww.donovanschocolates.co.nz with an RRP of $3.99.

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