The Premia Väike Tom snacks are being launched as a new range of curd snacks that are part of the brand's efforts to expand its product portfolio beyond ice cream. The snacks are focused on a free-from recipe that has no preservatives, artificial colorants, vegetable fats or palm oil in the mix, and come packaged in ISCC-certified material that's 50% bio-based. The snacks come in four flavor varieties including Banana-Flavored Curd, Ice Cream-Flavored Curd, Chocolate Curd with Chocolate Chips and Vanilla-Flavored Curd with Pieces of Chocolate.
Food Union CEO Normunds Stanevics commented on the new Premia Väike Tom snacks saying, “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 Premia Väike Tom Snacks Come in Four Flavors
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