New product developments in the food and drink industry – in pictures

Gluten-free cake mix, resealable cans and festive crisps feature in this month’s photogallery

A range of gluten-free cake mixes and the launch of Tyrrells’ festive varieties of its crisps lead this month’s photogallery of new product developments.

Also featured are a range of energy drinks with resealable cans, jam made out of coconut and a new low calorie, high protein water drink.

Peperami hoped to capitalise on the school lunches market with the launch of its new Tex-Mex flavoured variant, while Beckleberry celebrated 20 years of making gourmet ice cream with a rebrand.

To find out more about these products, as well as a host of other releases from food and drink manufacturers, click on the next image in the gallery.

Don’t miss last month’s gallery of Christmas products that are now hitting the shelves, as well as some of the Halloween products already available.

Meanwhile, you can view our gallery of the top 10 food and drink brands listed in research analyst Interbrand’s top 100 Best Global Brands.

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