yowie


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yowie

(ˈjaʊɪ)
n
(Non-European Myth & Legend) a large legendary manlike or apelike creature, alleged to inhabit the Australian outback
[C21: from an Aboriginal word yuwi]
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Highlights of the analysis on the Yowie Group ADR by Edison's consumer analysts Beth Senko and Paul Hickman include:
Fay is still "stoked" with having captured the Australian yowie sound on tape.
Aimed at 5-12 year olds, Cadbury Land Yowie Hot Chocolate will build on the strength of the Yowie brand name with a range of six different Yowie character shaped jars.
Trials of Cadbury's Yowie eggs took place in Australia before it went head to head with Ferrero's Kinder surprise in the UK.
Last year Bournville-based Cadbury launched its Yowie brand of chocolate figures with toys in the middle.
This project will construct an interpretive environmental and visitor centre for the major South East Queensland freshwater catchment centre at Yowie Park in Kilcoy.
Cadbury and Ferrero went head to head 18 months ago when the former introduced Yowie from Australia.
Significant nickel laterite mineralisation was intersected outside the current resources at the Yowie prospect (immediately west of Cawse Extended) with results including 12 metres at 1.
New flavours have been added to the Cadbury's High Lights range -- chocolate malt and chocolate orange, while kids are being targeted with fun products such as Cadbury Land Yowie hot chocolate.
Premier International Foods is using the Cadbury Land Yowie brand's child appeal to bring younger consumers to the hot beverages fixture, with the launch of an eponymous hot chocolate in September.
Yowie Tubes, complete with collectable stoppers, Miniature Heroes and Yowie advent calendars are aimed at children.
The confectionery market responds positively to product innovation," says Winn, pointing to the company's success last year with Cadbury's Yowie and Miniature Heroes.