Nairn’s is expanding its offer with the introduction of new oatcakes and gluten free flatbreads and crackers.
The brand’s new ancient grain oatcakes are made with rye, amaranth and quinoa, and packed with wholegrain oats. The product is also a natural source of protein (rrp £1.39 / 200g).
Meanwhile, Nairn’s new gluten free caramelised onion flatbreads is designed primarily as a healthy lunchtime option and a light, crisp alternative to bread (rrp £1.75 / 150g).
Finally, the brand’s new gluten free cheese wholegrain crackers are also rich in protein and the fourth addition to Nairn’s growing wholegrain cracker range (rrp £1.75 / 137g).
The three new launches are designed to reflect the brand’s aim to make products that are simple, natural and wholesome. Like the rest of the Nairn’s savoury range, the new lines contain no added sugar, preservatives, additives or artificial ingredients.
Martyn Gray, managing director at Nairn’s, said: “We pride ourselves on keeping up with trends and are regularly bringing new and exciting healthy products to market.
”These three latest additions taste great and tick many boxes – two are a source of protein and all of them are nutritious, wholesome and are made from simple natural ingredients. We’re confident that these will soon become firm favourites amongst loyal Nairn’s fans but will also bring new consumers into the brand too”