Brands, Products and Promotions


#879

New Tim Tam flavours in supermarkets now. Honeycomb and Choc Mint. They’ve done these before as Limited Editions and part of the Messina Ice Creams range with different packaging.

Now they have this distinctive Yellow and Green packaging:

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They match the recently updated packs for their existing range:

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Supermarkets and Retail
#880

Great additions, glad they didn’t make some of the sillier limited edition (never understood the appeal of any of the fruit flavours, and clearly they’re rarely successful by the volume of low cost stock that ends up at clearance / discount supermarkets) flavours more permanent.


#881

Still Double coat Chocolate all the way for me!


#882

Oops. Kinder didn’t realise they created a toy with a racist KKK acronym.


#883

They should have made it a proper promo - have some limited edition boxes which contain a packet of only Tasmania shaped shapes - and let you win a holiday there or something.


#884

Or just have some Tasmania ones the size of the Australian ones although then King and Flinders Island will feel left out and people will be screaming “Show us your Shape of Tasmania”.


#885

Google “Amanda Palmer Map of Tasmania”

I’d post the video but I know the mods will have it deleted. :wink:


#886

He said Shape of Tasmania not Map of Tassie, you rude boy. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#887

Same thing. :joy:


#888

In Woolworths.


#889

Also found in Woolworths tonight!

I brought a pack - not too bad. There is the slight hint of that mi goreng taste.


#890

Imported from China?


#891

Not sure. I brought it, ate it as I was walking home and put the packet in the bin when done. Didn’t bother to look. :thinking:


#892

From Indonesia I think. IndoMie is from Indonesia.
I also saw ramen flavoured chips in an Asian grocery store in Melbourne’s Chinatown. It’s produced by Nissin Foods (which makes Cup Noodles) in Hong Kong. Below is the original sesame oil flavour.


#893

Interesting these have made the mainstream supermarkets, I’ve seen them in my local Asian grocery store for a couple years now.

Think they’re Malay in origin?


#894

Woolworths have them listed as Made in Indonesia.


#895

So the next flavour of Coke No Sugar is Peach.

Time for some cross promotion with 10 Peach?


#896

Sounds yuck!

With Coke and 10. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#897

My goodness, the people losing their sh!t over this ad. :scream:


#898

Something’s gone wrong along the way when brands are taking out advertising not to directly sell product, but to make a statement like this. It shouldn’t take a brand of shaving equipment to provide a teachable moment about how to behave.