Mr Kipling adds Viennese Whirls to reduced sugar range

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first_imgSource: Premier FoodsPremier Foods is extending its Mr Kipling reduced sugar range with Viennese Whirls.Featuring a shortcake swirl filled with raspberry jam and crème filling, they contain 30% less sugar than their counterparts in the standard Mr Kipling range. Each reduced sugar whirl has 4.7g of sugar and 133 calories per 26g treat compared to 7.5g of sugar and 140 calories per 28g original whirl.The whirls will be available in stores from 26 December with an rsp of £1.89 for a pack of six.They join Mr Kipling Angel, Chocolate and Lemon slices in the reduced sugar range, following their launch in February 2019.The new addition will broaden the appeal of Viennese Whirls by attracting new shoppers, according to Premier Foods which said that reducing sugar intake was the ‘number one priority’ for shoppers. However, it added, suitable options in the market remain limited.“Consumers are increasingly concerned about their sugar intake. Within the cake category, our Mr Kipling 30% Less Sugar range helps consumers to address this, allowing people to enjoy sweet treats responsibly from time to time,” said Mathew Bird, brand director for Sweet Treats at Premier Foods.It comes as a survey of the European bakery industry by Tate & Lyle revealed that foods with reduced sugar and calorie options were the ‘biggest driver of business growth’.last_img read more


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first_imgThe rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.A BUYER with deep pockets is being offered the chance to become a neighbour to Billabong founder Gordon Merchant on a Tugun hilltop.Offers are being sought for a 2.616ha site that neighbours Merchant’s sprawling ridge line home and enjoys expansive views that take in the ocean.The land, approved for a large luxury house, last changed hands as part of a $2.8 million transaction in 1995.The rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.Brad Duncalfe, of Ray White Commercial GC South, yesterday said that the site offered exclusivity.“It’s got some of the best views and, of course, a private driveway.“This land’s perfect for someone looking for the ultimate in privacy, while still being close to the beach and services.”The property is being sold by Pacific International Properties, which is linked to Philippine businessman Philip Cea, a long-time Gold Coast property investor.Duncalfe said the Cea family two years ago had plans approved for a lavish 580sqm house and these plans were included in the sale offer.Merchant bought his 13.23ha property for $1.4 million in 1993 and went on to build his two-level home.When the Tugun bypass was built his access was in jeopardy until the State Government agreed to build a bridge over the new motorway section to service not only two properties but also the Woodgee walking trail.last_img read more


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first_img After Joshua, 30, regained his unified belts by exacting revenge on Andy Ruiz Jr in Saudi Arabia last month, he was given a heavyweight headache after being ordered to fight Pulev and Oleksandr Usyk. The IBF have told AJ he must defend his title against Pulev – who pulled out of facing the Brit in 2017 – next while Usyk is in line for the WBO belt. But it seems the Watford hero will face ex-European champion Pulev next, after both fighters requested an extension to their negotiation deadline. However, if a deal cannot be finalised, Joshua risks being stripped of his IBF gold. A spokesman for the governing body told Sky Sports: “I have just been told that the Pulev and Joshua camps have asked until January 31 to negotiate.”Advertisement But promoter Eddie Hearn plans to negotiate a deal with the WBO that will see Usyk face Brit heavyweight Derek Chisora before facing the winner of AJ and Pulev. Hearn said: “Conversations are ongoing with all parties to plan what’s next and it will really come to a head over the next few weeks. “We are still awaiting clarification from the governing bodies to confirm who is chronologically next but right now everything is in play. Read Also:Anthony Joshua under pressure to fight Kubrat Pulev “In terms of Usyk versus Chisora that is still a potential outcome, but March 7 is unlikely. Instead we have March 28 on hold at the O2.” But if Joshua faces Pulev next and has to vacate the WBO belt, ex-opponent and champion Joseph Parker will contest for the strap against Usyk. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?A Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtThese TV Characters Left The Show And It Just Got BetterPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever MadeWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms? Anthony Joshua has until January 31 to agree on terms to fight Kubrat Pulev or face losing his IBF world title.last_img read more


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first_img“We got into it a bit,” Piniella said upon arriving at the Peoria (Ariz.) Sports Complex for an exhibition game against Seattle. As he spoke, a 20-something man stood in the first row behind the dugout wearing a dark blue T-shirt with the Cubs’ logo printed on the front under the words “Why Not Us?” Lou Piniella had seen just four, winless exhibition games and had been managing his latest challenge for just three weeks. But that glimpse was disturbing enough for Piniella to demand during a team meeting Monday morning that his Chicago Cubs change their play immediately. Sheffield needs 45 homers to reach 500, which would help his Hall of Fame chances. It’s a situation he doesn’t think about. “Not important at all,” Sheffield said. Lester returns: Jon Lester pitched in his first game since his last cancer treatment just 2 months ago. The Boston Red Sox left-hander retired all three batters he faced on grounders in Fort Myers, Fla. Hamilton off to fast start with Reds: Josh Hamilton has been one of the Cincinnati Reds’ best hitters in the first week of spring training games, showing his skills haven’t deteriorated during years away from the game caused by his cocaine addiction. In Cincinnati’s first five games, Hamilton has gone 9 for 16 (.563) with a pair of doubles and a long home run. Murcer upbeat and looking to return to TV booth: Bobby Murcer is in great spirits and remains determined to return to the New York Yankees’ YES Network broadcast booth this season. Murcer is recovering from surgery on Dec. 28 to remove a malignant brain tumor. Marlin setback: The Florida Marlins’ injury-plagued pitching staff had another setback when right-hander Ricky Nolasco was scratched from his first scheduled spring-training start because of back spasms. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img Why not yet? “We’ve got some work to do. This is not some push-button operation,” Piniella said, chuckling. It appeared to work Monday. The Cubs played what Piniella called “a great game.” They got strong pitching from new starter Ted Lilly and former ace Kerry Wood to overcome a struggling start by Mark Prior in a 6-5 win. Prior, who missed most of last season with injuries, started and allowed three earned runs and got just four outs before Piniella pulled his expected ace. Sheffield expects big year from A-Rod: Gary Sheffield brought his strong opinions back to Legends Field in Tampa, Fla., predicting a big year for former New York Yankees teammate Alex Rodriguez and saying he never thinks about making the Hall of Fame. “Alex is going to have the best year he’s had since he’s been here,” Sheffield said before the Tigers lost to the Yankees 6-5. last_img read more


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