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McVitie's BN Chocolate Flavour Mini Rolls - 5 Individually Wrapped Rolls

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French added that the mini rolls would cater to a different occasion than the McVitie’s BN biscuits and would bring a new audience to the brand. McVitie’s BN owner Pladis is hoping to replicate the success the brand has had in the biscuits aisle, stating it contributed to 27% growth in the children’s biscuits category. Delicious light raspberry sponge cake rolled around a yummy cream filling and coated with milk chocolate.. 100 kcal per mini roll. Milk chocolate, raspberry flavoured sponge with a cream centre. Individually wrapped. No hydrogenated vegetable oil. Does not contain dairy cream. No artificial colours or flavours. Suitable for vegetarians. McVitie's.

Available in two flavours – Raspberry and Chocolate – McVitie’s BN Mini Rolls comprise a vanilla sponge filled with a flavoured cream, covered in McVitie’s milk chocolate. Each individual Mini Roll comes in at 100kcals. Ingredients:MilkChocolate (34%) [Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass, Dried SkimmedMilk, Dried Whey (Milk), Butter Oil (Milk), Vegetable Fats (Palm, Shea), Emulsifiers (SoyaLecithin, E476), Natural Flavouring]

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Billed as “a light, vanilla sponge filled with a delicious flavoured cream, enrobed in McVitie’s iconic smooth milk chocolate”, the NPD would “propel the popular brand into new occasions and categories”, the supplier said. The brand had been “one of our biggest success stories in recent years, massively exceeding expectations following our relaunch last year,” said Cassie French, Pladis marketing director for seasonal, cake & kids. Cassie French, marketing director – seasonal, cake & kids at Pladis UK&I, said: “McVitie’s BN has been one of our biggest success stories in recent years, massively exceeding expectations following our relaunch last year. While we’ve attracted an audience of younger families and reached even more biscuit lovers with BN, there’s an opportunity to scale this with our latest NPD which taps into the popularity of Mini Rolls. Cassie French, marketing director – seasonal, cake & kids at Pladis UK&I, said: “While we’ve attracted an audience of younger families and reached even more biscuit lovers with BN, there’s an opportunity to scale this with our latest NPD which taps into the popularity of Mini Rolls.

Available in two flavours – Raspberry and Chocolate – McVitie’s BN Mini Rolls comprise a light, vanilla sponge filled with flavoured cream, covered in McVitie’s milk chocolate. Pladis has expanded its BN brand with the introduction of a new cake format – McVitie’s BN Mini Rolls. They aim to replicate BN’s success on the biscuit aisle, where, last year, the brand was the biggest launch in Children’s Biscuits – driving 27% growth in the fast-growing segment. Capitalising on the brand’s popularity, the latest innovation is expected to broaden appeal among a new audience and help retailers to drive incremental sales in the process. Phew. Now all that’s out of the way, let’s dive straight into the list of which biscuits are vegan in the UK and which have animal ingredients like milk and eggs. 1. Biscoff Some of the biscuits in this list contain palm oil, which may or may not be sustainably sourced. Some vegans choose to avoid palm oil that hasn’t been certified as sustainable because its production destroys the habitats of animals. Cross contamination

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There are many ‘Free From’ brands that are dairy-free and therefore vegan. However, this list looks only at accidentally vegan biscuits, so these aren’t included here. List of Vegan Biscuits

Minimum life based on 'use-by' date of product. Average life based on last week's deliveries. Life guarantee shown based on delivery tomorrow with the Life guarantee starting the following day. McVitie’s BN has been one of our biggest success stories in recent years, massively exceeding expectations following our relaunch last year,” says Cassie French, marketing director at Pladis UK&I. “While we’ve attracted an audience of younger families and reached even more biscuit lovers with BN, there’s an opportunity to scale this with our latest NPD which taps into the popularity of mini rolls.”Having rolled into Asda this week, the new treat will be available across the mults, convenience and wholesale from the beginning of February. Delicious light vanilla sponge cake rolled around a yummy chocolate flavoured filling and coated with milk chocolate. . 100 kcal per mini roll. Individually wrapped. No hydrogenated vegetable oil. Does not contain dairy cream. No artificial colours or flavours. Suitable for Vegetarians. McVitie's. McVitie’s BN has been one of our biggest success stories in recent years, massively exceeding expectations following our relaunch last year,” said Cassie French, Marketing Director – Seasonal, Cake & Kids at pladis UK&I. Children’s biscuit brand McVitie’s BN is extending into the cake aisle with the launch of mini rolls.

While we’ve attracted an audience of younger families and reached even more biscuit lovers with BN, there’s an opportunity to scale this with our latest NPD.”

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Sugar, Flour (WheatFlour, Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Vegetable Oils (Palm, Rapeseed), Water, Glucose Syrup, Humectant (Glycerine), Dried WholeEgg, Calcium Carbonate, Dried Whey (Milk), MilkProteins, Emulsifiers (E471, E475, Lecithin,SoyaLecithin), SoyaFlour, Raising Agents (Disodium Diphosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate), Preservative (Potassium Sorbate), Salt, Natural Red Raspberry Flavouring with other Natural Flavourings, Glucose-Fructose Syrup Each variety consists of a vanilla sponge filled with flavoured cream and covered in McVitie’s milk chocolate. They will be available to convenience and wholesale from the beginning of February.

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