Ed Sheeran biscuits lead latest food launches

Ed Sheeran inspired biscuits lead this month’s NPD gallery

Packs of ginger biscuits featuring pop star Ed Sheeran and new caramel digestive flavours from McVitie lead this month’s photogallery of new product development (NPD) in the food and drink industry.

This month’s gallery also includes a strawberry and pepper gin from producer Bullard Spirits and two new biscotti flavours from the Great British Biscotti Company.

Nestlé has launched new products into its Munch Bunch range of yogurts, while Muffin Break has unveiled a new toasty flavour in its stores.

Also featured are new products from crisp maker Fairfields Farm, Deli Kitchen and popcorn brand Propercorn.

To find out about these products and more, click the next image in this photogallery of this month’s food and drink NPD.

Meanwhile, Disney cake kits and Pink Panther biscuit wafers led last month’s NPD photogallery.

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