Finnebrogue has expanded its Naked range with four new products launched in October.
The brand has rolled out two new sausage recipes to support gut health – including a first-ever chicken sausage, its first-ever nitrite-free frankfurter and a thick-cut bacon steak.
It has also revamped its Naked Good Little Pork Chipolatas, which now carries the same branding and contains 5.1g chicory inulin per serving, as does the chicken variant, making them gut-friendly. Inulin acts as a prebiotic, which reduces inflammation, fights harmful bacteria and improves mineral absorption.
Its new nitrite-free frankfurter, meanwhile, is on sale in Morrisons, is high in protein and has been designed to replicate the traditional equivalent.
“So many of us love a frankfurter but choose to avoid them because of the presence of nitrites,” said Declan Ferguson, research, development & technical director. “Now sausage lovers up and down the UK can enjoy a delicious German-style banger without these dangerous chemicals.”
The supplier has also extended its nitrate-free bacon range with the launch of Naked Sugar-Pit Bacon Steaks into Waitrose and Ocado.
The new thick-cut bacon includes sea salt and is hand rubbed with brown sugar, and then allowed to rest for five days.