Food Union group company Premia is introducing a new range of curd snacks under the Väike Tom brand, as part of its efforts to expand its portfolio beyond ice cream.
According to Premia, the snacks are free from preservatives, artificial colourants, vegetable fats and palm oil. The Estonian ice cream producer also says that the products’ outer packaging is made from an ISCC-certified material that is 50% bio-based.
The cocoa-glazed offerings come in four varieties: ice cream-flavoured curd; banana-flavoured curd; vanilla-flavoured curd with pieces of chocolate; and chocolate curd with chocolate chips.
“The curd snacks are made from natural components, with a minimum number of ingredients and a pleasant, delicate texture,” said Premia CEO, Aivar Aus.
Food Union CEO, Normunds Stanevics, added: “In Estonia, as in Latvia, the culture of consuming high-quality and fresh dairy products is widespread, and curd snacks are an established category. We have cemented leadership in the curd snack category with Kārums in Latvia; but now, the new Väike Tom products in Estonia arrive bringing together a unique combination of fresh recipes, excellent taste combinations and sustainable packaging.”
The new Väike Tom curd snacks are available at Coop, Selver, Rimi, Maxima and Prisma stores across Estonia.
© FoodBev Media Ltd 2021
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