Did you know ...? Kellogg’s has launched a brand-new granola as part of its popular Special K range. Special K Crunchy Oat Granola’s crunchy clusters, with 30% less sugar, come in two flavours: Mixed Berries with blackcurrants and cranberries or Dark Chocolate Curls with 64% cocoa. Neil Rogers, Brand and Activation Manager for Kellogg’s Ireland, said, “It’s so important to get your day off to a good start1 and it’s easy when you’ve got something that tastes so delicious! Our food development experts have created a new Special K Crunchy Oat Granola to give people a great tasting high fibre option with 30% less sugar2 than other granolas. With so many different ways you can enjoy Special K Crunchy Oat Granola for breakfast, it’s sure to be a household favourite!”
Did you know ...? Cork-based shopping centre, Mahon Point is currently featured in the latest episode of Sussed, an online sustainability show produced by Pinergy. The smart clean energy supplier Pinergy highlighted that Mahon Point has invested 'significantly' in projects to enhance the sustainability weighting of the shopping centre over the last number of years. Commenting on the latest episode of the series, David Slattery, head of marketing at Pinergy, said, “The decision to include Mahon Point in this Sussed episode which is exploring sustainable buildings was a no brainer for us.
Did you know ...? Aldi Netherlands has opened a new checkout-free store concept, Aldi Shop & Go, in Utrecht city centre. The new test store features a combination of shelf sensors and roof-mounted cameras to record all product movements and assign them to the right customers as they make their way around the shop, reports ESMmagazine.com. After customers scan a QR code generated in the Aldi Shop & Go app, their entire purchase can be put directly into their shopping bag. Scanning the QR code again when leaving the store completes the payment process contactless and automatically.