British chocolate brand Gnaw looks to appeal to consumers seeking a lower-sugar snack with its new range of chocolate and granola bars.
Created in Norfolk, three bars are available in the line: milk chocolate with peanuts, British granola and seeds; milk chocolate with cranberries, raisins, British granola and seeds; and dark chocolate with orange, British granola and seeds.
Gnaw aims to combine health and taste with the range; the brand said it uses a higher cocoa butter content to keep sugar levels lower.
All three are bars are gluten free and the dark chocolate variant is also dairy free.
Gnaw founder Matt Legon said: “We are always keen to make life as easy as possible for busy retailers. Gnaw supply the bars pre-packed in their own eye-catching display unit – simply remove the top and display. Designed to be placed close to your till point or on your coffee shop counter, these are the perfect impulse purchase.”
He added: “Whilst ‘being good’ is great, consumers are still reluctant to lose their sweet tooth completely and they won’t need to. Our new products will certainly keep your chocolate tills ringing.”
Each bar is now available in the UK with a recommended retail price of £0.99.
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