New York Bakery Co. launches limited edition bagel

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The bagels have four varieties of seed: linseeds, sunflower seeds, millet seeds and poppy seeds.
The bagels have four varieties of seed: linseeds, sunflower seeds, millet seeds and poppy seeds.

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The New York Bakery Co. has added a limited edition Seeded bagel to its premium range.

Product details:

New York Bakery Co. limited edition Seeded bagels are free from artificial colours and flavours and have four varieties of seed: linseeds, sunflower seeds, millet seeds and poppy seeds.

The bagels are high in fibre and can be served with sweet or savoury fillings.

USP:

The bagels are intended to appeal to customers looking for healthy grains and can be served as sweet or savoury options.

Availability:

Limited Edition Seeded Bagels cost from £1.60 for a pack of four.

Why you should buy it:

Brand manager at Maple Leaf Bakery UK (the owners of New York Bakery Co.) Pauline Clement said: “We are excited to announce the latest addition to our premium bagel range, and extend our range of sweet and savoury bagel flavours. Based on the success of the of New York Bakery Co.’s other seeded bagel variants, we are confident the new limited edition Seeded bagels will appeal to the increasing number of consumers looking for healthy grains and give people an authentic taste of New York.”

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