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Dole Shakes up the NZ Snack Scene Dole Crunches

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Dole Shakes up the New Zealnd Snack Scene with Launch of Nutty, Chewy, Cube-Shaped Dole Crunches

Dole, one of the world’s best-known household brands, has launched Dole Crunches in New Zealand. A chewy, crunchy cube-shaped snack made with premium-roasted nuts, Dole Crunches are available in three flavours: Cranberry & Blueberry, Cashew Sesame and Almond.

Dole Crunches are designed to give Kiwi customers more exciting and tasty ways to enjoy nuts. More snacks are likely to be added to the line in the future. It has been a natural extension to the existing line-up, which includes the brand’s popular Dole fruit bowl snacks in Juice, Jelly, Custard and Rice Pudding.

“They really are a delicious snack and perfect for sharing with friends or family,” says Dole Marketing Manager, Mat Hamlin.

“Some people aren’t keen on the taste of plain nuts and let’s face it they can be a little boring. Dole Crunches offer a more interesting option. They are moreish but without the guilt factor of some other snack options, which can be high in saturated fat or sugar and contain lots of artificial flavourings.”

Packed full of nuts, seeds and real fruit pieces, Dole Crunches are available in the nuts section of all New Zealand supermarkets and retail at $4.99 for a 120g pack. They are free of wheat and gluten, and contain no additives.

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