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Confectioner Charlie’s goes savoury

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Australian confectionery business Charlie’s Fine Food Co has rolled out Mini Cheese Bites to meet what it describes as a growing demand for premium savoury foods.

The new product range comprises 20 per cent Australian cheese, which can be added to a grazing platter or as a snack.

“Mini Cheese Bites are more than just biscuits. They’re crunchy, melt-in-your-mouth bites of cheesy deliciousness,” said Charlie’s founder Jacky Magid.

“They’re worth keeping on-hand in the pantry for when guests pop over for a glass of bubbles, wine, or beer. Charlie’s Mini Cheese Bites can be devoured with a scoop of dip, a chunk of cheese or with condiments. You can even eat them by themselves.”

Mini Cheese Bites are available in three flavours such as Three Cheeses, Cheddar and Rosemary and Parmesan and Tomato. They are sold for RRP $4 each at Woolworths stores nationally.

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