A new product, dubbed Apple Spice junction, is in the works for the Sydney suburb of Apple Spice.
The product is due to debut in stores by the end of the year.
A new apple spice product is being developed for Sydney’s Apple Spice neighborhood.
“It’s been a long time coming, we have been waiting for a product that combines the flavours of fresh fruits and spices and it’s finally here,” Mr Toth said.
The apple spice junction will combine a fresh apple with a cinnamon bun and a cinnamon spice cookie.
“The product has been developed in conjunction with Sydney’s largest cider producer, the Derry Cider Company.”
The idea for the apple spice juncture was developed in the Diderot and Foulkes, in the inner-west suburb of Adelaide, by a local bakery. “
Our main objective was to provide a smooth, delicious snack food for our local customers.”
The idea for the apple spice juncture was developed in the Diderot and Foulkes, in the inner-west suburb of Adelaide, by a local bakery.
“We were looking for a way to get more people in to our shop and we wanted to create a product with a taste that we could share with our customers,” Mr Diderote said.
Mr Bouston said the idea for an apple spice jam came to him when he was shopping at a local supermarket.
“I thought to myself, ‘Why not combine apple with cinnamon?’
So I started researching, and I discovered the Dandridge Bakery in Adelaide,” he said.
A few months later, he was approached by a customer at the supermarket and asked to create his own.
The concept has been tested and approved by the D and F, and Mr Bouncier said it is ready to launch this year.
“Dandridge’s cider is really popular in Adelaide and we’re seeing a steady increase in demand,” he explained.
“This is really important for us, we can’t just be sitting around and hoping that the apple juice market keeps growing and that the cinnamon bun is coming back.”
Mr Dinerot said he has received numerous requests to create apple spice products, and that he is planning to release a cinnamon buns and apple jam.
“For us to do that, it would be quite expensive, but that’s not the point,” he added.
The company’s first products will be available in Sydney and Melbourne, with more coming in the future.