Mrs Mac’s has introduced a new eco-friendly range of pies using only sustainably sourced ingredients, free of artificial flavours and colours.
The range will use clean recipes and not include palm oil in their pastry. Mrs Mac’s has also switched the packaging of its multipack range to 100 per cent recyclable cardboard.
The new range will be showcased at this Saturday’s AFL Grand Final, between Melbourne Demons and Western Bulldogs, at Optus Stadium in Perth where Mrs Mac’s has had exclusive supply rights for pies and sausage rolls since 2018.
Mrs Mac’s Macs CEO Jonathon Moss said: “We are committed to not only providing football fans with a great-tasting meal, but one they can feel good about. While we’re anchored in tradition, with a long and proud history, we are passionate about sustainability and sourcing the best quality ingredients from Australian farmers and suppliers.
“We use 100 per cent Australian beef, chicken, bacon and pork and 100 per cent Australian- grown wheat. We’re also the only Australian savoury pastry manufacturer with BRC Global Certification, one of the highest food safety standards available.”
Mrs Mac’s has enlisted the help of Australian comedian Peter Rowsthorn as part of a social media campaign in the lead up to the first bounce, who smugly reminds former Collingwood President Eddie McGuire that Mrs Mac’s are the only pies appearing at this year’s Grand Final.
The new eco-friendly range is now available across Australia.