Jacob’s unveils Mini Cheddars Sticks range

April 20, 2021

first_imgSource: PladisPladis-owned Jacob’s has launched ‘baton-shaped’ versions of its Mini Cheddars to tap into evening consumption occasions.Described as “light, nibbly, baton shapes”, the new Jacob’s Mini Cheddars Sticks are golden-baked with real cheese.Available in 150g packs (rsp of £1.99), the treats come in two flavours: Rich & Tangy Cheddar and Grilled Cheddar & Sizzling Steak.Jacob’s Mini Cheddars Stick will be available exclusively in Tesco this January. Further rollouts will take place across multiple grocery and convenience stores in February.Packaging will be recyclable through Pladis’ partnership with Terracycle.The latest launch follows the unveiling of Jacob’s Mexican-inspired Mini Cheddars earlier this year, which has added £3.5m-worth of incremental sales to the brand.“We’re very excited to introduce shoppers to a fresh new format for our bestselling Jacob’s Mini Cheddars brand, taking it beyond its traditional round shape for the first time in its history and building beyond its multipack heartland with larger, sharing bags,” said Christopher Owen, marketing controller at Pladis UK&I.The launch will be supported by a “high-profile” marketing campaign, going live across TV, digital and social from 8 March 2021. Pladis hopes to unlock sales among younger adults, it added.“We know that over a third of UK households (37.5%) already buy Jacob’s Mini Cheddars, but we’ve spotted an opportunity to welcome even more people into the brand with a totally new and innovative concept,” said Owen.“With our latest launch, we’re giving shoppers a bold, cheesy taste sensation which they can enjoy across even more eating occasions – particularly those increasingly popular evening sharing moments,” he added.last_img read more

Yasiel Puig sits out game, will have second x-ray on hand

August 26, 2020

first_imgST. LOUIS >> The Dodgers have ordered a second x-ray on Yasiel Puig’s swollen left hand, an injury that forced the all-star right fielder to miss Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium.Puig was hit by a pitch in the third inning of the Dodgers’ 4-2 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday. A fluoroscan x-ray of Puig’s left hand taken after the game at Busch Stadium was negative, meaning it revealed no broken bones. However, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said that Puig won’t participate in any baseball activities until the second x-ray — scheduled for today in Pittsburgh — comes back clean.“I think they just want to be cautious,” Mattingly said. “We think he’ll be OK.” All-stars split on JapanIn June, MLB and the MLB Players’ Association jointly announced that a team of “all-stars and other accomplished major leaguers” would play a five-game touring series against Japanese all-stars in Japan this November.The Dodgers sent four players to the All-Star Game in Minnesota last week. Two, pitchers Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke, said they have no intention of playing in the Japan series.“I don’t think it has any chance of benefitting the Dodgers as a baseball team,” Greinke said. “I’ve never done USA stuff after the season. If it’s going to take away from team stuff, I think pitching more innings has a better chance of hurting than helping.”Greinke expects that most pitchers would decline the invitation for the same reason, regardless of how large a bonus they might receive for participating in the series.“Some pitchers would,” he said, “but I would assume if he threw 200 innings, he wouldn’t want to do it.”Two other Dodgers participated in this year’s all-star game: second baseman Dee Gordon and Puig. Puig declined comment. Gordon offered an emphatic “heck yeah” when asked if he would go to Japan.“Either that or winter ball,” he said.Greinke, Kershaw and Gordon said they haven’t received formal invitations to participate in the series.Etc.Dodgers infielder Alex Guerrero collected one hit, a double, in his first rehab game with Single-A Rancho Cucamonga. … Utility player Chone Figgins got a day off from his rehab assignment at Triple-A Albuquerque. He’ll play nine innings at shortstop today, Mattingly said. … Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford and Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday were chosen for induction into the Arizona Fall League’s Hall of Fame. The 2014 class will be inducted in November. Crawford played for the Maryvale Saguaros in 2001. … Former Dodgers pitcher and current broadcaster Orel Hershiser was inducted into the Albuquerque Baseball Hall of Fame on Saturday night in Albuquerque. Hershiser played for the Triple-A Albuquerque Dukes in 1982 and 1983. … Hershiser was joined by former Dodgers outfielder Von Joshua and current New York Mets manager Terry Collins, who managed Albuquerque from 1984-88. Puig stayed in Saturday’s game after absorbing an 84-mph changeup from Joe Kelly. He batted once more, popping out, and played five innings in the field. The hand was visibly swollen after the game.“He’s still sore and I think a little bit swollen,” Mattingly said Sunday. “Obviously we’re going to be cautious at this point.”Coincidentally, Kelly hit Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez with a pitch in last year’s National League Championship Series, breaking a rib.The Dodgers begin a three-game series against the Pirates today.Andre Ethier started in right field for the first time since May 6, with Scott Van Slyke in center field and Matt Kemp in left against Cardinals right-hander Carlos Martinez.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

UNO’s Omoghibo, NSU’s Lohmiller Clinch Weekly Volleyball Honors

May 31, 2020

first_imgFRISCO, Texas – New Orleans’ Ehize Omoghibo and Northwestern State’s Megan Lohmiller are the Southland Conference Volleyball Players of the Week, the league announced Monday.Omoghibo began her big week by pushing the Privateers (12-16, 5-9 SLC) to a sweep over Lamar on the road Tuesday evening. She registered 18 of her 46 kills on the week against the Cardinals, and followed up with a career-best 28 kills against Nicholls Thursday. The award marks the second of the season for Omoghibo.Lohmiller tacked on her fourth weekly honor of the year after recording her first career match with 30 or more digs (31) against Sam Houston State Thursday evening. For the week, the senior appeared in all nine sets, racking up 58 digs while helping the Northwestern State (18-10, 10-4 SLC) defense limit opponents to a .179 hitting percentage.Offensive Player of the Week: Ehize Omoghibo, New Orleans – Sr. – Opposite Hitter – Evanston, Ill.Omoghibo’s offensive presence was crucial in the Privateers’ 3-0 win over Lamar Tuesday as she collected 18 kills while committing no errors. In two matches against Lamar this season, the senior has yet to commit an error and has combined for 35 kills. On Thursday, Omoghibo smashed her previous single-game kills record with 28 against the Colonels. Her previous mark was set earlier this season where she sounded off for 21 against Charleston (Sept. 21).Honorable Mention: Abbie Harry, Central Arkansas; Hannah Brister, Northwestern State; Caroline Golden, Southeastern Louisiana; Madison Green, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.Defensive Player of the Week: Megan Lohmiller, Northwestern State – Sr. – Libero – Heath, TexasLohmiller continued her stretch of impressive defensive play last week, giving her team a chance to win points on multiple occasions. The senior recorded her first 30-dig match, setting a new career best along the way, with 31 digs against Sam Houston State. She followed up with her eighth 20-dig match (27) against Houston Baptist Saturday for her third highest total this season. Lohmiller totaled 58 digs for the week with a 6.4 dig-per-set average, helping NSU hold its opposition to a .179 hitting percentage.Honorable Mention: Emily Doss, Central Arkansas; Maddie Miller, Stephen F. Austin; Carissa Barnes, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.last_img read more

Golf club blasts members for not filling divots

December 27, 2019

first_imgNAIRN AND PORTNOO GOLF CLUB: Members do not forget to take your divot bag when you play your round of golf, filling divots is a time consuming job for our green staff and it would be much appreciated if divots are filledThanks to all the teams who played in our Club Classic all monies raised will be used towards new machineryTony Dooley must have been driving well last Sunday as he was the winner of the Monthly Medal for September with a score of 73 just beating Lyle Taggart on a break of tie Results Sunday 25th Sept. 1st Tony Dooley (20) 73 b.o.t., 2nd Lyle Taggart (14) 73, 3rd Sean Mc Ginley (19) 74, Front Nine Manus Boyle Jnr. 33, Back Nine Mark Diver 38Fixtures Open every Wed. Sunday 2nd Oct. Single Stableford sponsored by Ardara Golf SocietyGolf club blasts members for not filling divots was last modified: September 27th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ClubDivotsgolfNairn and PortnooSportlast_img read more