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Checkers first major SA supermarket to develop private label, banting-friendly range
Checkers first major SA supermarket to develop private label, banting-friendly range

Checkers first major SA supermarket to develop private label, banting-friendly range

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Issued by Shoprite Holdings - Nov 9th 2016, 09:59

Checkers is the first major South African supermarket to develop an exclusive, banting-friendly product range specifically with consumers’ needs in mind. 

Checkers is the first major South African supermarket to develop an exclusive, banting-friendly product range specifically with consumers’ needs in mind.

Each of the 32 products in the Banting Revolution range, available only from Checkers, contains less than 5% carbohydrate per serving.

The extensive range includes everything from carb conscious pork sausages (high in fat and gluten free); cauliflower mash (made with real butter and ready in minutes) and three different flavoured sparkling waters (sugar- and preservative-free).

Those who love their baked goods are in for a treat, thanks to the Banting Revolution’s bread mix (gluten- and sugar-free); almond flour and coconut flour (both gluten free) and the sugar-free alternatives, stevia, and xylitol.

The Banting Revolution also includes an apple cider vinegar, which has deservedly become a kitchen staple thanks to its wide-ranging health benefits, and psyllium husks, an increasingly popular food supplement.

Checkers will always be guided by what its customers want, and as such health and wellness has become an integral part of the retailer’s product offering. The first 22 Banting Revolution products will be available in Checkers and Checkers Hyper stores nationwide, with more products to follow early in the new year.
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