Dawn Foods Extends Premium Range With Summer-Season Filled Ring Donut

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19 May 2017 --- With thoughts of long summer days, picnics and days on the beach, Dawn Foods has launched a summer-season filled ring donut to its range of ready to serve Premium Donuts.

Made with Dawn’s own high quality mix, the new Raspberry & Cream Twist Donut, like the other donuts in the Premium range, features a light fluffy texture, an eye-catchingly rich and appetising topping, then a delicious ‘end to end’ filling to give a satisfying eat. 

The Raspberry & Cream Twist Donut is double injected, meaning there’s a mouth-watering intermittent raspberry and cream cheese filling inside the donut ring. The donut is then topped with white icing with red/pink stripes for visual impact. The product is vegetarian and Halal friendly too.

The Raspberry & Cream Twist joins Dawn’s range of Premium Donuts:
• Seasonal Coconut – this classic ring donut gives a double coconut hit from a sweet coconut filling and a covering of coconut flakes plus a smooth chocolate flavour coating
• Strawberry Sprinkle – filled with strawberry jam, and coated in strawberry icing and multi coloured sprinkles
• Chocca-Nut – featuring a hazelnut topping, sprinkled with chopped nuts, and a delicious smooth hazelnut sauce inside 
• Cinn-Apple with crunchy cinnamon sugar and a fruity apple filling
• Triple-Choc with a creamy chocolate sauce filling and cocoa topping with sprinkles
• Caramel-Lace – coated in vanilla icing and caramel sauce, with a gooey caramel surprise inside. 

The range taps into the growing trend for ‘premiumizaton’ in sweet bakery, with interesting finishes, textures and flavour combinations providing ‘added value’. 

Supplied frozen, with a frozen shelf life of 12 months, Dawn’s Premium Donuts are simply ‘thawed and served’ as demand dictates, meaning there is no wastage. The premium quality look and taste of the donuts means bakers and caterers are also able to command a healthy price point for the products.

 

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