A ‘genius’ smart light bulb, ‘smoky bacon’ cheese and a $9 makeup blender: The best new Woolworths buys that have just launched across Australia – and they’re ALL on sale
- Woolworths has shared some excellent new products in stores and online
- The Australian grocer is offering cheese, ready meals and beauty blenders
- Steph Claire Smith’s range of protein balls and powders are also available
- Most of the introductory prices for these items are less than the retail price
Woolworths has launched a range of exciting products in store and online, including a bacon-flavoured cheese, a cheap makeup blender and pasta made from legumes.
The new additions have been added to Australian supermarket shelves with an ‘introductory’ price that is at least $2 cheaper than what you’d normally pay for the product.
In the dairy department Mersey Valley has released a smoky bacon crumbly cheese, which is available from the deli for $5, a saving of $2.45.
Mersey Valley has released a smoky bacon flavoured cheese (left) and Maggie Beer an ash triple-cream brie (right)
In a similar vein celebrity chef Maggie Beer created an ash brie – a sharp triple cream variety – that will have shoppers forking out $7 for this week only.
For those struggling to prepare dinner after a long day of work, Woolworths brand ready meal bakes in Mexican-style chicken and mac and cheese are the perfect saviours.
Rich and creamy in texture they’re only $9 each and serve two people.
If pasta is on the menu than you can opt for a vegetarian-friendly variety of legume penne for $3.50 a packet.
For those struggling to prepare dinner after a long day of work, Woolworths brand ready meal bakes in Mexican-style chicken and mac and cheese are the perfect saviours
But if meat is more your forte then a Ruffies six pack of party pies or eight pack of sausage rolls from the deli section might be the party saver of the moment.
At $9 a pack they make for a cheap and cheerful snack alongside any celebratory cheese board.
Model Steph Claire Smith and her business partner Laura Henshaw’s brand Keep It Cleaner have their protein balls ($1.50) and protein powder ($24) stocked in the supermarket health aisle.
Model Steph Claire Smith and her business partner Laura Henshaw’s brand Keep It Cleaner have their protein balls ($1.50) and protein powder ($24) stocked in the supermarket health aisle
A beauty blender case (left) or a Wi-Fi dimmable light would make for perfect gifts
They come in delicious chocolate, salted caramel, espresso and vanilla flavours.
Outside of the new food on offer is the Mirabella Genio WiFi Dimmable light. It connects to your phone meaning you can turn the light on and off even if you’re not in the room.
At $20 a bulb they’re an excellent investment and can even be made to light up in different colours.
Finally Woolworths range of affordable beauty products, under the brand name MCoBeauty, have released a makeup blending sponge with a case for $9.
These introductory prices will only last a week so if you want to trial the products now is the best time to purchase.