Two of Australia’s most legendary household names, Nutri-Grain and OAK, have teamed up once again to create a cereal experience that’s out of this world.
Nutri-Grain and OAK have come together to bring us the all-new Choc Malt flavoured cereal, and it’s a treat that’s not to be missed.
This limited edition collaboration promises to take your taste buds on an unforgettable ride, combining OAK’s much-loved chocolate milk flavour with Nutri-Grain’s signature malt taste and crunch for an OAK inspired cereal. And the result? A match made in breakfast heaven that’s bound to satisfy even the most discerning palates.
If you’re looking for a breakfast that’s both delicious and energising, look no further than Nutri-Grain Choc Malt flavour cereal. Whether you’re powering up for a busy day at work or need a little pick-me-up to get your day started, this cereal has got you covered.
According to Salva Monavari, senior brand manager at Kellogg Australia, “We’re always aiming to bring more fun and more flavour to the breakfast table, and that’s exactly what Nutri-Grain OAK Choc Malt flavour is. It’s truly an exciting collaboration of iconic Aussie brands, with rich tasty flavours – and crunch.”
Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain OAK Choc Malt Flavoured cereal comes off the back of their successful launch of the Bega Peanut Butter Crunch variation, which was released last year.
“Australia went mad for our collabs last year, so we’ve upped the ante with another unstoppable collab,” Dan Bitti, Kellogg’s breakfast lead, said.
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So, what are you waiting for? Grab a box of Nutri-Grain OAK Choc Malt flavour cereal now and start your day with a bang! It’s available for a limited time, so don’t miss out on this unforgettable breakfast experience.
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