Scorched Peanut Bar to make a comeback

    Cooks Confectionery is bringing back the Scorched Peanut Bar in its “most original form as possible.”

    Tapping into the ‘what’s old is new again’ trend, the manufacturer believes it’s providing a simplistic and nostalgic point-of-difference to a comfortable category.

    The Scorched Peanut Bar is said to be 100 per cent Australian made, using Australian peanuts and ingredients where possible with pure milk chocolate produced and refined in-house. It is claimed that the product is low in gluten (glucose derived from wheat) and contains no artificial colours or flavours.

    The Scorched Peanut Bar will be launched next month and will retail for $1.99.

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