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Tastic launches new flavours and updates its Flavoured Rice packs
Tastic launches new flavours and updates its Flavoured Rice packs
Tastic launches new flavours and updates its Flavoured Rice packs
Tastic launches new flavours and updates its Flavoured Rice packs

Tastic launches new flavours and updates its Flavoured Rice packs

NEW PRODUCTS

Jan 23rd 2014, 08:11

Parmesan & Saffron, Moroccan Spice & Sweetcorn, Caramelised onion & Cheddar and Sauteed Mushroom flavours is what consumers will soon be preparing as meals for their families.

These new flavours aim to provide versatile meal solutions, offering consumers the convenience of an-all-in one meal solution through the Tastic range.

The brand has retained the Spicy Spanish option because this was one of the most popular variant from the previous flavours.

Together with the launch of these flavours, Tastic is also updating the look of its Tastic Flavoured Rice range, to one that is appealing and more contemporary.

The vibrant colours of the updated packs are designed to inspire purchase and consumption confidence, enhancing the brand’s position as one of the leaders within the Value Added rice category.

The inclusion of the Guideline Daily Amount (GDA) information will allow consumers to evaluate their nutrient in-take.

These additional Tastic Flavoured Rice variants and updated packs can be found in major supermarkets around the country. Click here for more information on Tastic 

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