The Collective Limited Edition Kiwi

Published: Wed 14 Aug 2013 04:34 PM
The Collective Limited Edition Kiwi, a Showing of National Pride?
You Betcha!
Introducing The Collective’s Limited Edition Kiwi Gourmet Probiotic Yoghurt
Kiwifruit, fresh and furry, this vibrant wee fruit is irrevocably Kiwi, to the core. And now, partnered with its best-ever comrade – The Collective’s signature gourmet yoghurt, the ever-vibrant kiwi begs the question; who needs wings when you’ve got ridiculously tasty New Zealand dairy?
Never being ones to disappoint we can tell you that the first taste of The Collective’s Kiwi will have your taste-buds tingling for more… a huge dash of national pride and a pairing of delicious dairy and kiwifruit, this gourmet treat might as well be called New Zealand in a tub… no bull!
This hairy berry's managed to work its way into many Kiwi's hearts. An icon of kiwiana, it's inspired its fair share of home sickness when spotted abroad, it's bounced back from numerous name changes and it's been immortalised to giant status in Te Puke. Now it's our turn to let this superfruit shine like the true champion it is… no bull!
The Collective’s new Kiwi Limited Edition 500g gourmet probiotic yoghurt is hitting shelves in August RRP $5.99 each. It is probiotic, vegetarian, gluten free, gelatine free, preservative free and handcrafted.
STOCKIST DETAILS: The Collective’s products are stocked at all good supermarkets and specialty food stores nationwide, with the new Kiwi Limited Edition available for a limited time. To locate your nearest stockist or for further information visit The Collective website

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