Premium mueslis with a unique flavour profile

Table of Plenty has launched a range of Premium Mueslis made with ingredients including maple syrup, chia seeds, figs and freeze-dried berries.

The brand says the product is traditionally toasted in a radiant oven to give a gentle nutty flavour, with the premium mueslis available in Berry Basket, Fig & Plum, Crunchy Chia, and Maple Pecan, each packed in a resealable Kraft paper pouch. The Crunchy Chia variant is gluten free.

Table of Plenty founder Kate Weiss says she has long wanted to make a truly premium range available featuring ingredients that simply cannot be part of a cheap muesli.

“These mueslis offer a unique flavour profile in the category, which is growing in popularity as people search for healthier and less processed products,” she said. “These muesli blends are imbued with that foodie ethos and a clean and simple ingredients list. The flavours are delicious with rich variety, yet still healthy, as the [Food Standards Australia New Zealand] Nutrition Panel reflects.

“They’re very well priced for the premium muesli category, offering great value to customers.”

The launch is being supported by PR, trade press advertising and sampling programs.

RRP: $7.99-$8.49


Stockist inquiries: 03 9944 0807.

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