Rockit apples are transforming and challenging both the snack food market and the fruit market worldwide with unique apples which are specifically bred to be genetically small, and marketed in novel tube packaging formatted as a “health snack”.
The apple itself is small in size (1.5 x the size of a golf ball) with a sweet flavour, a distinctive bright red blush and a fantastic crisp crunch. Rockit is the perfect snack for children who require a healthy snack, and it is equally ideal for busy adults and sports people.
Rockit is one of a kind, there are no other miniature apples on the market which taste as great! Not only are the apples unique but the packaging stands out as well; it looks good, is hygienic and is convenient for people to grab on the go.
Tatua is one of New Zealand’s oldest independent dairy companies, formed in 1914 and is now recognized internationally for its innovative approach to developing specialized dairy products for the foodservice and food manufacturing industries.
Tatua is able to produce quality dairy products utilising fresh cream and milk sourced from their own farms. Due to Tatua geographical position, all milk sourced is from within a 10km radius. This enables faster processing of fresh milk into quality foodservice products.
Tatua offers a wide range of convenient foodservice dairy products that are currently being used in applications for bakery, airline catering, hotels, restaurant chains and food manufacturers. Tatua dairy products are sold throughout Australasia, Latin America and Asia Pacific.
Included in the Tatua offering is an extensive range of whipping and cooking creams for use within bakery or culinary cooking applications, cheese sauce blends for hotels and foodservice convenience channels plus formulated beverages for Ice Cream manufacturers.
Along with these, we did manage to check out a lot of other interesting booths and sponsors that included yummy Kapiti ice cream, Anchor Pure New Zealand Butter, Horley's Sculpt products, Talley's New Zealand Greenshell Mussels and seafood, 180 degrees natural crackers, Farmers Mill New Zealand flour, Whittakers chocolate and more.....
Anyway, those were among two of my recipes I manage to create out of some of the products given to me for sampling...
There is also a Sandy Baked Mussels recipe over my instagram.... huhuhu