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Customers go nuts for 5 new Sunkist products

Bangkok – Thai customers are bound to go nuts over the launch of five new Sunkist brand products by Heritage Group. The latest Sunkist nut packs are dry roasted and lightly salted Cashews, Walnuts, Almonds, and Mixed Nuts (with cashews, almonds, walnuts, pistachios) retailing at THB 160. There is also a Tropical Fruits Blend (with mango, pineapple, papaya, cranberries and raisins) priced at THB 115. The new range is available at The Mall, Big C, Foodland, Villa, Tops, Isetan and UFM.

Sunkist is well-known brand for its quality pistachios and the nut range is being extended to include other nuts for the first time, with a modern, brand new design for the packaging.

For more information, please visit or follow Heritage Group activities at or tel 02-621-6126-7.

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