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Food Challenge Awards Finalists: Confectionery

Food Challenge Award 2011 Confectionery

Coles Supermarkets
Coles Jellies and Jubes

The Coles jellies and jubes range is the first private label national confectionery range to be launched in Australia. The range is produced using exceptionally advanced mogul technology that we had to source from a manufacturer in Germany and contains no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.

Hillier’s
Souffle Collection: Lemon Meringue

The Lemon Meringue Souffle variant has a tart, citrusy mousse centre, blended with citrus peel, and smothered in Hillier’s signature dark chocolate. The richness of the dark chocolate perfectly offsets the zest of the lemon and the sweetness of the mousse centre.

Morlife

Dark Chocolate Coated Blueberries

Morlife chocolate coated blueberries provide significant levels of antioxidants, and represents a nutrient dense food that not only taste delicious, but also provide the body with beneficial nutrients. This is a highly nutritious and desirable confectionery food alternative and a shift from the typical confectionery foods that are so prevalent in this market and those which cause and can relate to ill health.

Seatonfire

Seatonfire Slightly Wild Chilli Chocolate

Slightly Wild chilli chocolate has half the amount of Seatonfire’s chemical free chilli as the Wild varieties and 57.8% dark chocolate. Seatonfire’s boutique operation actually grows the chilli using organic methods, handpicks them then makes each bar by hand. With no added sugar, no artificial colours or flavours, chilli chocolate is becoming known as a health food is gaining a reputation as a superfood.
 

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