It’s back, after ten years of campaigning, the Polly Waffle is going back into production.
South Australian business Robern Menz has signed a deal with Nestle to bring back the popular bar.
Robern Menz CEO Phil Sims said on Thursday:
“With production ceasing almost 10 years ago, Polly Waffle has entered into the territory of Australian legend. There are kids and even young adults out there who don’t really know what a Polly Waffle is and haven’t tasted it before, but there are also many devoted fans who have been campaigning hard for its return.”
“Since taking over the Violet Crumble brand we have been bombarded with two distinct questions, when are you bringing back the bags of Violet Crumble and when are you bringing back Polly Waffle? There is even a Facebook page that has over 55K members petitioning to ‘Bring Back The Polly Waffle.’
“As an Australian family owned business, we have a real affinity for local brands and to have the opportunity to revive them and bring them back into the market is such a privilege. We also love a challenge and are honoured to be the business that gets the chance to try to bring back the Polly Waffle.
(Picture: Menz) pic.twitter.com/EEcB7pQBMC
— Kultha Hier 🎥 (@kultha_hier) January 24, 2019
“Australia’s food production industry is important to our future economy and sustainability. We believe our role and contribution is keeping as much manufacturing here as possible and creating jobs, and we’ve been doing this for over 150 years.”
Just 12 months ago, Robert Menz also announced it was bringing back Violet Crumbles.
What an exciting time to be alive!