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Portion-controlled sweet and savoury snacks from Tasty Little Numbers

24 November 2011 by
Portion-controlled sweet and savoury snacks from Tasty Little Numbers

Product Tasty Little Numbers

USP Described as the first cross-category brand of portion-controlled snacks, the 100-calorie chocolate bars and crisps and 200-calorie Heat & Eat microwaveable hot pots are designed for health-conscious customers who want to eat smaller portions of their favourite foods rather than diet versions. The line, already selling to contract caterers Compass and Bartlett Mitchell, is listed by 3663 and DDC Foods.

Snacks Sweet - wafer bars dipped in white, milk or dark chocolate; savoury crisps - Cheese and Onion Potato Crisps, Salt & Vinegar Corn and Potato Chip Sticks, and Crispy Bacon or Smoked BBQ Savoury Corn Snacks

Hot Pots Four - Chicken Tikka Masala with Basmati Rice; Beef Chilli Con Carne with kidney beans and red rice; Mushroom Stroganoff with black peppered rice; and Pork Sausages, Baked Beans, Bacon & Tomatoes

How supplied Chocolate bars - cases of 20; crisps - cases of 36 or 48; Hot Pots - cases of 12

Supplierhttp://www.tastylittlenumbers.com" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer">Tasty Little Numbers0845 686 5007

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