Food and drink innovations photogallery – July

Iron Maiden's mascot Eddie leads the charge with the bands beer, The Trooper

Cordials, “beer-cheese” and iced tea lead the list of new food and drink products released in the past month.

Keep up to date with the releases using our photo gallery roundup of the latest product developments.

Offerings from the Urban Cordial Company and Capri Sun sought to quench consumers’ thirsts this summer.

Wensleydale Creamery produced cheese flavoured with Black Sheep’s Yorkshire strong ale, while heavy metal band Iron Maiden's mascot Eddie (pictured above) featured on Robinson’s third ale in the Trooper line of drinks.

To find out more about these new products, click on the next image to start the gallery.

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