1. Herbal and floral beverage range
NudeHerbs is a range of brewed tonics that contains between 5–5.5 g of fresh herbal and floral ingredients in each bottle. Recipes are derived from an ancient culture and developed by scientist and entrepreneur Dr Ali Karami. The vegan-friendly products contain low sugar content and the real flowers and herbs used in the products are sustainably farmed.
2. Vegan mac & cheese
KraftHeinz’s Kraft Vegan Mac & Cheese provides a contemporary take on a timeless classic. The product was developed to keep in line with changing consumer preferences, with clear Vegan and Gluten Free callouts on pack.
3. At-home meal kit
Lavazza’s Nature’s Course is a limited edition, at-home meal kit in Australia. With a menu curated by MasterChef Judge Jock Zonfrillo and Sustainable Food Systems Architect Sascha Rust, the meal kits include three recipes drawing inspiration from Central America, the Amazon and Africa.
4. Aussie peanut butter
Ridiculously Delicious is an Aussie-founded and manufactured brand that boasts a natural range of premium peanut butter and peanut snack foods, made using 100% Australian peanuts grown in Queensland. It has added four products to its range, including Chocolate Peanut Butter in both Original Crunch and Organic Coconut, Peanut Brittle and Crazy Crunch Peanut Butter.
5. Organic infant formula
Made from Australian grass-fed cows’ milk with no GMOs, Nutura Organic’s 3-step range offers locally produced infant nutrition for babies and toddlers. The product range spans all the way up to its toddler milk, appropriate for children aged up to 36 months of age.