Food Vegemite flavoured hamburgers, sausages on the market

00:16  19 january  2018
00:16  19 january  2018 Source:

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The low-salt version of Vegemite with a distinctive pale orange lid was introduced to the Australian domestic market in September 2014,[25] offering a 25 Other commercial products with Vegemite flavour include Smith's Crisps,[45] In a Biskit,[46] bagel crisps,[47] sausages [48] and meat pies.[49].

Vegemite flavoured hamburgers , sausages on the market . " Vegemite every day of the week."

There's a new way to taste an old Aussie classic, with a special sausage and burger now developed with a Vegemite-inspired twist.

The salty spread has been added to a limited edition sausage being stocked by Coles supermarkets across Australia, with the flavours of lamb, cheese and Vegemite all combined in the casing.

"We've only made a small amount, because we want to see whether our customers love it or loathe it," Coles spokesperson Martin Alpins told 9NEWS.

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Walker’s innovative method of marketing was, however, unsuccessful. It’s well known that absence makes the heart grow fonder, and so the reduced supply of that ubiquitous VEGEMITE flavour grew in the hearts of Australians.

Al's Hamburgers . Home. Restaurant. Two eggs, toast, sausage links or bacon, and hash brown. Mix and match from the following flavors : vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, cherry or caramel.

A burger developed with the spread is also being served up at the Australian Open, with ballkids playing the role of official taste-testers.

The creation is the work of celebrity chef Neil Perry for the Burger Project restaurant chain.

Those behind the Vegemite brand say the collaborations are proof Australians are willing to experiment with the spread.

"You can have Vegemite on your toast in the morning, but you can also have it for lunch and for dinner, every day of the week" Matt Gray, Marketing Manager for Vegemite said. 

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