Arnott’s has released a new line of some of its favorite biscuits. But these treats come with a lot less guilt.
The company has released new packs of its Scotch Finger and Shortbread Cream biscuits with 50 per cent less sugar.
The new Less Sugar treats are now available on shelves in the biscuit aisle at all major grocery stores for $4.70 a pack.
Arnott’s said the release came after research conducted by the company revealed a third of Aussies are looking to limit their sugar intake.
But, 60 per cent said they would still buy a “better for you” version if it tasted the same as the original biscuit.
Arnott’s has been broadening its range to meet more dietary restrictions with the release of a gluten-free range in 2021 that featured Tiny Teddies, Mint Cream and Scotch Finger biscuits.
Arnott’s marketing manager Pauline Mercier said: “We’ve been listening to what consumers are asking for; one of the ongoing requests is for Arnott’s to offer more options that suit their specific dietary needs.
“Our dedicated bakers have spent more than a year perfecting the reduced-sugar versions of some of our beloved biscuits and we are confident they’ve got the same great taste as their originals!”
Just a week ago, Arnott’s announced its new Shapes Fully Loaded range.
The range includes Sizzling Meatlovers, Flame Grilled Chicken and Ultimate Cheese and sell for just $3.50 a pack.
The three flavors are currently available for Aussies to snap up at Woolworths.