ARNOTT'S 144650 BUTTERNUT SNAP & DELTA CREAM PORTION CONTROL PACKS (SOLD IN BOX OF 150)

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ARNOTT'S 144650 BUTTERNUT SNAP & DELTA CREAM PORTION CONTROL PACKS (SOLD IN BOX OF 150)

This Arnott's Butternut Snap and Delta Cream Pack has 150 portion controlled servings, with each pack containing 1 butternut snap and 1 delta cream so that you can enjoy both at the same time. You can indulge in the cream and snap of Arnott's biscuits during your work breaks or during school lunch times.
  • There are 150 individually wrapped snacks in each pack.
  • Each pack is portion controlled and contains 1 delta cream and 1 butternut snap.
  • These biscuits are sweet and are sure to satisfy your snack cravings.
  • These are ideal for use in the workplace, hospitals, hotels or canteens.
  • These biscuits are packaged in tight cellulose wrap so that they stay fresh for longer.

Specifications

Brand Arnotts
Flavour Assorted
Gluten-free No
Net Weight (kg) 3.99 kg
Units Per Pack/SOLD IN CARTON 150
Product Type Sweet biscuits
Allergens Contains Contains soy, wheat and oats. Tree nuts, sesame, peanuts and egg may be present
Ingredients

Butternut Snap: sugar, wheat flour, rolled oats, coconut, butter (cream, salt), vegetable oil (contains soy), golden syrup, baking powder, salt

Delta Cream: Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oil, Cocoa Powder, Salt, Food Colour (Caramel ii), Baking Powder, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Flavour, Antioxidant (E307b from Soy).

Storage Instructions  Store in a cool dry place

About Arnott’s

Arnott’s History
In 1865, a small bakery opened on Hunter St in Newcastle, NSW, north of Sydney. It supplied bread, pies and biscuits to the local people and to the crews of the many ships that docked at the port to load coal. From these humble beginnings rose a company whose name is now synonymous with Australia’s favourite biscuits.

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Millions of Australians have grown up with Arnott’s over the past 150 years. For them, Arnott’s is more than a food company – it’s a piece of Australia’s history and a national icon. Arnott’s portfolio of brands includes household names like Tim Tam, Shapes, Iced VoVo, SAO, Vita-Weat, Salada and Tiny Teddy.

Industry Leaders
Arnott’s is one of the largest food companies in the Asia Pacific region. Our ongoing growth has been supported by the Campbell Soup Company’s investment in the business and its iconic brands. It is our goal to be the best food company in the region, making everyday moments a little more delicious.

Jobs for Australians 
More than 50,000 Australians have worked with Arnott’s during the past century. Today, Arnott’s employs around 2,400 Australians across all States and Territories. We also employ several thousand people across the Asia Pacific region, in countries such as New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Japan.

Sourcing Australian ingredients
Each year, Arnott’s spends around $250 million on produce, products and services from Australian farmers and suppliers, including:

  • 85,000 tonnes of flour and grains from areas including the Darling Downs, Moree, Riverina and South Australia
  • 18,500 tonnes of sugar from North Queensland
  • 3,000 tonnes of dairy products from Victoria and Tasmania
  • And 5,000 tonnes of canola oil sourced from canola crops from Western/Southern NSW and Northern Victoria

Over the past decade, Arnott’s has spent more than $3 billion purchasing raw ingredients and services from local farmers and businesses, fuelling the economy of rural and regional Australia.

Investment in Australian manufacturing
Since 1997, Arnott’s has invested more than $400 million in our Australian biscuit facilities, including $40m in a fully automated biscuit packing line at our Virginia Bakery, which is one of the largest robotic installations of its type in the world.

Going global
Arnott’s exports continue to grow, with our Australian-made biscuits now being shipped to more than 40 countries around the world including Japan, the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Indonesia, Tahiti and New Zealand.