Latest food and drink innovations – in pictures

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Beverages – both alcoholic and non-alcoholic ­– lead this month’s selection of new product developments.

New milkshake flavours from FRijj, purple carrot smoothies and iced tea cordials were launched by the drinks sector in the past month.

Food launches included this month are Scottish seaweed seasoning breaking into the US market and a range of canned ready meals.

Click on the next image to take a tour of the products manufacturers are hoping will quench the public’s thirst this summer.

Let’s hope there will be enough sunshine to enjoy them with.

Müller has added two new flavours to its FRijj brand of milkshakes. The new variants expand both the firm’s FRijj core range and its 40% Less Sugar range, launched last year.

FRijj Loaded Choc Orange featured swirls of orange and chocolate on its packaging to attract new customers and add more “excitement” to the ready-to-drink flavoured milk market, said Müller.

Mango & Passionfruit flavour FRijj was launched into the brand’s 40% Less Sugar range. Müller claimed the flavour combination “proved to be very popular in recent customer trials”.

Newby Teas of London has launched a new gift selection called Taste of India. The selection included three of India’s best teas at an affordable price point, claimed the firm.

The three loose-leaf black teas in the gift selection are the rich and malty Upper Assam, muscatel-tinged Kan-Junga and the warming, spicy classic Masala Chai.

Creative marketing manager at Newby Teas Gwen Hustwit said: “All Newby Teas are made to extremely exacting standards. 

“The teas lack the bitterness that some have come to associate with tea, which means that they can be drunk without milk to savour the full flavours.”

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