THE ZINE http://www.thezine.com.au The Zine Magazine is a Sydney based digital magazine covering technology, fashion, travel lifestyle, design and wellbeing. Fri, 23 Feb 2018 01:44:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.9 Huawei Unveils First Car To Be Driven By Smartphone http://www.thezine.com.au/huawei-unveils-first-car-driven-smartphone/ Fri, 23 Feb 2018 01:40:30 +0000 http://www.thezine.com.au/?p=7367 Huawei, the worldwide innovation pioneer, has become the very first mobile phone producer on the planet to utilize an AI-powered cell phone to operate a car. The ‘RoadReader’ venture pushes the limits of Huawei’s object recognition technology and puts the …

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Huawei, the worldwide innovation pioneer, has become the very first mobile phone producer on the planet to utilize an AI-powered cell phone to operate a car. The ‘RoadReader’ venture pushes the limits of Huawei’s object recognition technology and puts the learning abilities, speed and execution of its AI-powered gadgets to the test.

Not at all like other driverless vehicles (which essentially just recognize hindrances) Huawei has changed a Porsche Panamera into a driverless vehicle that doesn’t simply observe, however critically, comprehends its environment. This means that it would be able to recognize 1,000s of various items including a cat and a dog, a ball or a bicycle and figure out how to take the most optimal action.

Huawei’s ‘RoadReader’ venture is exploiting the AI capacities already available in the Huawei Mate 10 Pro. The gadget utilizes AI to automatically perceive objects like cats, dogs, food, and other various items, to enable individuals to take pictures like a professional.

Most autonomous cars being created currently depend on the processing power of purpose-built chips created by outsider innovation suppliers. Be that as it may, as a feature of its continuous mission to make the outlandish conceivable, Huawei has used technology already accessible in its mobiles, showing off its better functionality and capacity to challenge even the most progressive tech in development for self-driving cars.

“Our smartphone is already outstanding at object recognition. We wanted to see if in a short space of time we could teach it to not only drive a car, but to use its AI capabilities to see certain objects, and be taught to avoid them” said Andrew Garrihy, Chief Marketing Officer, Huawei Western Europe. “If our technology is intelligent enough to achieve this in just 5 weeks – what else can it make possible?”

Huawei will be showcasing the RoadReader project and the vehicle’s capabilities at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (MWC) from 26th February to 1st March 2018

Huawei, the worldwide innovation pioneer, has become the very first mobile phone producer on the planet to utilize an AI-powered cell phone to operate a car. The ‘RoadReader’ venture pushes the limits of Huawei’s object recognition technology and puts the learning abilities, speed and execution of its AI-powered gadgets to the test.

 

 

 

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Herbs and Heart Face Mud Review http://www.thezine.com.au/herbs-heart-face-mud-review/ Wed, 31 Jan 2018 00:37:50 +0000 http://www.thezine.com.au/?p=7336 Being a grossly saturated market, skincare is often a point of contention, confusion and frustration amongst most of the community. There’s a rub for this and a cream for that, it’s hard to know what works and what doesn’t. With over …

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Being a grossly saturated market, skincare is often a point of contention, confusion and frustration amongst most of the community. There’s a rub for this and a cream for that, it’s hard to know what works and what doesn’t. With over 9000 chemicals being introduced to Australia every day, only a handful are regulated, many are also not available for public research. Shockingly, most cosmetic companies omit 20% of the chemicals they use in their products from the labels, obscuring the consumers understanding of exactly what they’re actually putting on and in their skin.

Herbs and Heart offers a natural alternative to cheap, yet marked up and ineffective celebrity endorsed “skin care” laden with incomprehensible chemicals and other artificial nasties. We tried their mud mask to put their earthly skin remedy to the test, and boy were we impressed.

The multifaceted moisturising dual mask and cleanser Face Mud works to gently exfoliate & remove embedded dirt, whilst their potent ‘bio-actives’ deliver deep nourishment & hydration. The three most predominant of these include Manuka honey, orange peel and sandalwood. Honey is known for having an abundance of incredible topical health benefits. These include being a potent anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and anti-microbial. This is in addition to some impressive vitamin delivery and amino acid profile makes for great skin food.
Orange, as well as smelling fantastic also contains properties that make it a natural astringent, assisting in drawing out dirt from the pores and cleansing them simultaneously. The orange peel is intertwined with powdered sandalwood to deliver optimum exfoliation for the removal of dead skin cells to reveal bright, fresh skin.
I used Herb and Heart‘s “face mud” over three nights during my shower routine, leaving it on for around 2-3 minutes before rinsing. I was initially worried about sticky residue as the consistency is very thick and very dark, however, it washed away with surprising ease needing little more than just the shower stream, and when it did… revealed incredibly clean, soft and moisturised skin. I had not expected it to penetrate as deeply as the results showed, but I could really feel the effects of the orange particularly. I loved this product personally and as an environmentalist and animal rights advocate, Herbs and Heart‘s sustainable, natural and cruelty-free skincare ticks all the boxes. I needed little moisturiser afterwards as H+H have also incorporated the hydrating and softening effects of aloe, coconut and apricot. The product has an alternative application for a more luxurious outcome, allowing you to leave it on as a mask for 10 minutes. I can’t wait to put this to the test on the weekend, judging by the great results I’ve had utilising its short-term application.

I highly recommend this treat-yourself tonic for anyone looking to revitalise their skin without hurting the environment, animals, or their bank account. Purchase Face Mud here. For more about Herbs and Heart and their great range click here.

 

 

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Roger Federer’s Secret? Jura Coffee. http://www.thezine.com.au/roger-federers-secret-jura-coffee/ Sun, 28 Jan 2018 23:48:44 +0000 http://www.thezine.com.au/?p=7331 As one of Australia’s loved and prized athletes, Roger Federer edges closer and closer towards taking the number 1 title once again, he reveals a long time coveted secret to success: Jura Coffee As many of us struggle to get …

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As one of Australia’s loved and prized athletes, Roger Federer edges closer and closer towards taking the number 1 title once again, he reveals a long time coveted secret to success: Jura Coffee

As many of us struggle to get out of bed to go to our desk jobs without a cup of Joe, anticipating the energy needed to be one of the worlds top athletes is anyone’s guess. Until now.

A longtime supporter of Jura and appreciator of coffee like many of us, Roger says: “I usually have three to four Jura coffees a day, one always when I wake up in the morning and on match days I always have one after lunch, about an hour before my match. I enjoy Cappuccino in the morning and an Espresso after a meal, sometimes Ristretto just to mix it up.” He also adds “I also started drinking Flat White which originates from Australia and can be prepared with JURA machines… So, JURA has not only brought automatic coffee machines to Australia, they also brought the Flat White from Australia to the rest of the world.”

Drinking Jura since as long ago as 2006, Federer has been an avid and loyal fan of this Swiss brand for over 12 years. Jura promotes consistent innovation and sustainability as well as ease of use. Many coffee machines these days have so many settings and buttons and attachments, you need a degree to operate them! Jura allows to you create a fresh, perfectly crafted coffee at the touch of a button. Their range includes devices ready for quick and easy at-home use, as well as professional models for office’s and cafes. With the good word about Juras spectacular coffees and machines spreading, they now operate in over 50 countries!

Roger attributes his coffee appreciation to his wife, stating “I wasn’t drinking coffee before I met Mirka, I was… only 18 years old at the time. She said ‘I need a coffee partner, I need somebody I can go for nice relaxing coffee times in the city’”. After purchasing a Jura coffee machine, theyre now able to enjoy professional fresh coffee in the comfort of their own home.

Roger that, Federer. We’re on board

To purchase your own Jura machine or for more information, visit https://au.jura.com/en

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Cygnett Magmount Qi Review. http://www.thezine.com.au/cygnett-magmount-qi-review/ Tue, 23 Jan 2018 23:30:48 +0000 http://www.thezine.com.au/?p=7326 The concept of wireless charging appeared for a very long time like merely an abstract sci-fi contraption, but dream no more because Cygnett’s Magmount Qi charger is here and sporting these seemingly magical wireless charging capabilities. Ease of utility doesn’t get much better …

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The concept of wireless charging appeared for a very long time like merely an abstract sci-fi contraption, but dream no more because Cygnett’s Magmount Qi charger is here and sporting these seemingly magical wireless charging capabilities.

Ease of utility doesn’t get much better than your standard plug and play, a tried, tested and widely loved method practised across the tech engineering world, and the MagMount is no exception. Simply pin it to one of your cars air vents, plug it into your cigarette lighter, attach the magnetic ring to your device (provided you haven’t got a metal backing already, in which case just go for gold!) and you’re good to go! The secure attachment and strong magnetic hold keep your phone in place and safe from slipping under the seat or onto the floor (a mistake I’ve certainly had to manoeuvre around before) even when on the toughest terrains.

The contraption itself takes up little room, is extraordinarily practical and easy to use, and in fact, has a quite aesthetic and sleek look, especially if the interior of your car is the standard black/grey. It allows for 360-degree pivoting rotation for your orientation needs as well as the simplicity and convenience of just being able to “grab and go” without the requirement of taking out or untangling cables. With the very latest in certified Qi 7.5W wireless charging technology, the MagMount nullifies the need for cables and allows for fast and easy charging so you can stay connected on the go.

The pocket-rocket of a compact charger comes in at around $89.95 AUD and is available at selected retailers. The MagMount is compatible with most current Qi Wireless enabled smartphones including the Apple iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X and most Samsung devices.

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Squaggle Is The Solution To Your Squabbles Over Kids Screen Time. http://www.thezine.com.au/squaggle-solution-squabbles-kids-screen-time/ Tue, 23 Jan 2018 01:14:41 +0000 http://www.thezine.com.au/?p=7322 Long has it been contested and debated, the impact of screen time on kids. With the rise of the generation that is growing up on the internet as well as other media platforms and devices, there is constant trepidation amongst parents, …

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Long has it been contested and debated, the impact of screen time on kids. With the rise of the generation that is growing up on the internet as well as other media platforms and devices, there is constant trepidation amongst parents, guardians and teachers alike around the impact that certain websites, channels and applications have on our kids. Enter Squaggle.

Squaggle is here to implement a specifically catered, safe, engaging, educational as well as short, sweet and to the point experience for kids aged 3-12. So what is Squaggle and why should YOU support it?

Squaggle is an app for Android devices predominantly designed for children. It’s a platform for both education and entertainment (affectionately referred to within the community as edutainment) that includes pre-set or custom time controls as well as custom safety modes that require pin access, putting parents in the driving seat again when it comes to controlling what their kids consume.

What are the main perks? The Squaggle tablet (currently gaining support on Kickstarter with its first place position in the category of kids gadgets) features 324 games which include applications like books, puzzles and problem-solving games designed in part by actual teachers. It also features the previously touched on time controls, ensuring kids do not have access after bedtime, or during other restricted hours. Parents are also in total control of the content their kids’ view; a privilege seldom afforded on most devices that can often lend themselves to inappropriate or potentially dangerous content. The device also boasts an 8-inch HD screen and a ‘kid-tough’ case. It comes in kid-friendly colours and is drop and scratch resistant.

Founder Adrian Tobin has this to say about the project:

“(Squaggle)…fosters independent learning in children by nurturing their curiosity and creativity. Each app promotes play, interaction, touch, thinking, watching, reading, and listening to expand kids’ minds.”

Squaggle has been two years in the making, testing with 61 manufacturers, 21 sample tablets and 650 apps. Taking to the community for support, they’ve raised almost $30,000 in pledges with over 310 backers. However, it still has a way to go to reach its $300,000 goal by the 13th February deadline. Squaggle is relying on the investment of parents and educators in the interest of their kids future.

 

Proceeding the success of said Kickstarter campaign, the first production run of Squaggle tablets will be shipped to customers in July 2018. It’s available from $99 with free shipping available until January 26th.

To lend your support, click here  (or simply search ‘Squaggle’) and click the ‘Back this project’ button. As is the case for all Kickstarter campaigns, your pledge amount will only be charged if the campaign reaches its $300,000 goal by 13th February.

 

 

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Gran Turismo Sport Review http://www.thezine.com.au/gran-turismo-sport-review/ Thu, 18 Jan 2018 03:31:32 +0000 http://www.thezine.com.au/?p=7310 Emerging almost 20 years on from its first iteration, Polyphony Digital drops the 7th game in its primary release series: Gran Turismo Sport for PS4. As is always the case with old franchises releasing new content, GTS has been subject …

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Emerging almost 20 years on from its first iteration, Polyphony Digital drops the 7th game in its primary release series: Gran Turismo Sport for PS4. As is always the case with old franchises releasing new content, GTS has been subject to a lot of debate inside the current and dedicated fanbase, as well as surrounding newcomers. So without further ado, get your engines revving because we’re about to give you a racey rundown with our review of the new Gran Turismo Sport.
3..2..1..GO!
With 177 cars and 27 maps of 19 locations to compete on, gamers new to the GTS player base might postulate that this is an ample amount of gameplay. However, loyalists accustomed to the previous 1000+ vehicles, tonnes of classic courses, credit to purchase parts for custom upgrades, and other previously saturated perks- are understandably sceptical. While some in the community argue that the newest iteration of GTS sacrifices content in favour of what they deem to be less desirable traits such as realism and user experience, the game has many, many redeeming qualities.
The first and welcome surprise is that we do not require a Play Station Plus account for initial gameplay (that is to say for offline gameplay which is admittedly very limited). The PS+ account is only necessary when wanting to compete online, which in my personal opinion works to protect kids (a natural market for all things cars/racing)  from possible abuse, mature language and other inappropriate conduct that usually accompanies most online lobbies, as parents usually moderate these paid accounts. This is also an added benefit for those who don’t game often enough or simply can’t justify paying for a service subscription. During offline gameplay, you can enjoy the simplicities of single player and split screen with an in-house friend. For most literally anything else though, including the main campaign, it’s online you’ll have to venture.
Other lengths Polyphony Digital go to to ensure adequate conduct include a new system that serves to punish “bad” sportsmanship and reward “good” sportsmanship. Actionable offences essentially include anything that would not be tolerated in a real race. This, in turn, is presumably due to their newfound partnership with FIA (International Automobile Federation) and employ mechanics such as the “ghosting” of your car for a variable amount of time during the race as well as additional penalties being applied at the conclusion of the race. Blocking other racers, ramming or using another players car to bounce off a turn are just a few of the manoeuvres that will put you in the naughty corner. As a long time Mario Kart’er (a game which is almost entirely based on bad sportsmanship), this was a hard habit to break.
While some love the online/esports/globally competitive element, many express frustrations about seemingly needless calls for connectivity included but not limited to simply saving your game. Saving is connected to Sony’s servers instead of locally to the players PS4. This sent me back to the days of leaving my PSP3000 on the charge overnight when I couldn’t save my progress on games because my memory card wasn’t big enough. Similarly, playing with a bad connection (especially those of us without NBN here in Aus) is an absolute nightmare.
That being said, the near exclusively online aspect of the game is no secret to consumers as it was marketed this way and had warned players that if online gameplay isn’t for them, then this game won’t be the exception.
Other notable perks include the absolutely stunning nature of the graphics (do kids still call them “graphics” nowadays?). You definitely don’t need VR (for those of you that have been living under a rock, that’s virtual reality) to be immersed, especially if you’re on the fancy 4K tv bandwagon. GTS’s tremendous visuals make for an equally compelling experience viewing from the couch. The high res experience is something that everyone can attest to. Additionally appreciated by a universal crowd is the lack of in-game spending of real money. In a gaming world quickly evolving to incorporate more and more ridiculous microtransactions, the new GT Sport is keeping it fair for all by not requiring real-world currency for unlockables.
While there might be a few fence sitters and naysayers, 70 million copies sold to over two decades worth of loyal and new fans cant lie. GT Sport is here and here to stay. Change is inevitable in this new age of game development and while some find it hard to transition, it’s certainly not stopping players all over the world from picking up a copy and putting the pedal to the metal.
If you’ve got good internet, a competitive spirit and a love for cars/racing then Gran Turismo Sport on PS4 is certainly for you.
Drive safe and we’ll catch you at the checkered flag until next time.
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Adrenaline For Christmas! http://www.thezine.com.au/adrenaline-for-christmas/ Thu, 07 Dec 2017 05:53:27 +0000 http://www.thezine.com.au/?p=7272 Buy someone Adrenaline this jolly season? Christmas presents can be some people’s worst nightmare, for both the giver and receiver. More people these days are ticking adventurous and daring activities off their bucket lists. According to Harris Group 39 per …

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Buy someone Adrenaline this jolly season? Christmas presents can be some people’s worst nightmare, for both the giver and receiver.

More people these days are ticking adventurous and daring activities off their bucket lists.

According to Harris Group 39 per cent of gifts have become experience-based, driven largely by Millennials.

So if you’re sick of receiving things you don’t want or care for, and would rather a thrill seeking experience – read on!

Sydney has a lot to offer. From amazing outdoor activities, beautiful national parks to be discovered, and other iconic landmarks that offer some fun for the day or night.

10 of the most popular experience gifts for 2017 include:

  1. Sky diving- this is by far the most popular thrill seeking sport that people love participating in. From $199 you can free fall for 70 seconds and get the biggest rush of adrenaline!

 

  1. V8 Experience – get behind the wheel and let them channel Jamie Whincup or Craig Lowndes! Put the pedal to the metal in these race cars from $99.

 

  1. Indoor Skydiving – If you have always wanted to sky dive but don’t like the idea of throwing yourself out of a plane then this could be the perfect option. This is the perfect gift for those who want a similar experience for just $89

 

  1. Jet Pack or Flyboarding – you can now fly effortlessly like ironman! The flyboard blasts hundreds of litres of water to get you up in the air.

 

  1. Helicopter Tours – get a new perspective of the city you live in, or discover somewhere new you have always wanted to see from another angle.

 

  1. European Supercars – start your engines! A European Supercar experience in a Ferrari or Lamborghini is the perfect way for them to experience the Top Gear lifestyle.

 

  1. Rally Driving – grip it and rip it with acceleration that will have you holding on! But its not just about the need for speed, the braking ability is also impressive. Rally driving starts at $99 a session.

 

  1. Jet Fighter Flights – this experience is all about that G-force speed as the pilot performs aerobatic manoeuvres at speeds of 790 kp/h. This one is for the real adrenaline junkies with a bit more of a hefty price tag $1200.

 

  1. Sydney Bridge Climb – it’s one of those things you have to do at least once in your life. An unforgettable experience and something you can tick off your bucket list from only $258.

 

  1. Jet Boat Ride – thrill the whole family with a Jet Boat ride. A fun and unique experience the whole family can enjoy! What better way to enjoy Christmas holidays together.

 

If any of those 10 experience gifts tickled your fancy, Adrenaline offers thousands of gifts and packages to suit yourself or your friends and family.

 

Don’t let this season get you down with boring, materialistic gifts, give someone the gift of experience!

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Moshi the Superhero of Smartphone Covers http://www.thezine.com.au/moshi/ Wed, 06 Dec 2017 05:33:17 +0000 http://www.thezine.com.au/?p=7269 Have you got yourself the new iPhone X? Now all you need is to accessorise and protect that small fortune. Moshi has released its collection of iPhone accessories to help provide Aussies with the stylish yet durable protection for their …

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Have you got yourself the new iPhone X? Now all you need is to accessorise and protect that small fortune.

Moshi has released its collection of iPhone accessories to help provide Aussies with the stylish yet durable protection for their new devices.

Moshi’s iPhone X cover collection is designed to help safeguard the phones and even wallets, by offering military-grade drop protection from bumps, drops and scratches.

Inspired by the elements of metal and glass, features are durable yet sleek design is wireless charging compatible.

Highlights include Moshi’s glass-like iGlaze, the stylish StealthCover slim folio case and Overture folio-style wallet case.

Each of the Moshi Protective iPhone covers and screen protectors can be tailored fit your smartphone how it’s suited to you.

Moshi is all about quality craftsmanship and attention to detail so you know your iPhone will be protected with only the best quality.

With the iPhone evolving, so is technology that supports the protection of your new shiny object. No one wants a brand new phone with cracks and scratches.

Some of the new phone protectors and screen cases in the range include; iGlaze, StealthCover, Vitros, Vests, Overture, Talos, AirFoil Glass and IonGlass.

Get yourself fully protected with the Moshi iPhone accessories found online here.

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Technogym Now Compatible with Apple Watch! http://www.thezine.com.au/technogym-apple-watch/ Thu, 30 Nov 2017 04:36:08 +0000 http://www.thezine.com.au/?p=7258 Technogym sounds like a mix between fitness and rave, however it’s not quite that, it’s a new product compatible with Apple Watch. Technogym is a leading company in the fitness and wellness sector who provide the best possible gym equipment, …

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Technogym sounds like a mix between fitness and rave, however it’s not quite that, it’s a new product compatible with Apple Watch.

Technogym is a leading company in the fitness and wellness sector who provide the best possible gym equipment, services, content and programmes.

The aim of the game is to assist people all over the world with help in relation to anything health, nutrition, fitness and wellness and create a positive mental attitude.

Thanks to revolutionary integration, Apple Watch users can now track their indoor exercise, by simply tapping their Apple Watch to UNITY.

Essentially this is another way for fitness fanatics to stay connected and keep track of their every movement.

 

They call this product a groundbreaking innovation that allows seamless connectivity including activity and total calories, distance, speed, floors climbed, incline and pace.

As a result of this the user receives the most thorough and accurate measurements possible.

Apple Watch users can view metrics during their workout and the metrics on the Technogym equipment to match what they see on their wrist.

For more about Technogym and its new Apple Watch compatibility visit the website.

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New Aussie Dessert – Cookie Doh Co http://www.thezine.com.au/new-aussie-dessert-cookie-doh-co/ Wed, 29 Nov 2017 04:14:33 +0000 http://www.thezine.com.au/?p=7253 Cookie Doh Co is something all those people with a sweet tooth out there have been looking for! Now it can be delivered straight to your doorstep! For those who loved to lick the spoon clean after mum finished beating a …

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Cookie Doh Co is something all those people with a sweet tooth out there have been looking for! Now it can be delivered straight to your doorstep!

For those who loved to lick the spoon clean after mum finished beating a cake, this childhood experience continues to tempt adults to this day and Cookie Doh Co is here just to bring back the memz!

Melbourne based siblings turned entrepreneurs, Chris, Alex and Jessica Reece, spoon-licking is no foreign concept.

It’s an impulse hatched from warm-hearted childhood memories of culinary delights, delicious kitchen creations, and endless days of mixing, baking and devouring mouth-watering cookies.

Now all adult Australians can enjoy Cookie Doh Co, edible cookie dough inspired by American FMCG cookie dough.

Cookie Doh Co comes in three delicious flavours, Chocolate Chip, Apple and Cinnamon, and Triple Chocolate.

Flavours

The ingredients are completely free from eggs and pasteurised substitutes. Cookie Doh Co is made from lab-tested, heat treated ingredients that allow the product to sit unrefrigerated in ambient temperatures for up to two weeks.

Or if you prefer to keep refrigerated upon receipt up to three months in temperatures less than 4 degrees Celsius.

The best part about the delicious treat is you can enjoy it on it’s own or add it to a culinary kitchen creation for a burst of extra flavour.

This cookie dough can be used in fun and unconventional ways – just start getting creative!

Each flavour in the range retails for $8.99 rrp (250g) and available nationwide via the website!

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