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Nutrific updates its look and feel

Nutrific updates its look and feel
Nutrific updates its look and feel

Nutrific updates its look and feel


Jul 10th, 13:30

Nutrific wheat cereal biscuits, manufactured and distributed by the Alpen Food Company, recently updated the look and feel of its packaging to differentiate itself from its competitors and to keep in line with its shareholder in the United Kingdom.

“Besides looking very different from our competitor, we have tried to highlight that we make The World’s Favourite High-Fibre Cereal Biscuit”. We manufacture the wheat biscuit under the strict guidelines of our UK shareholder, namely Weetabix, says Dave Gould, Managing Director of the Alpen Food Company.

The high-fibre, lozenge-shaped Nutrific cereal biscuits are made using the same tried and tested recipe at its production facility in Cape Town, to those used by its parent company in the UK.

Available in the popular 225g, 450g, 900g and the super-sized 1.35kg packs, the updated Nutrific packs hit supermarket shelves from the middle of May 2013. Click here for more information on Nutrific 

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