100% Natural, Ready to Blend Smoothie Packs
Sidekick Smoothies is a ready-to-blend smoothie pack manufacturer based in Melbourne.
We manufacture frozen smoothie packs that are used to make superfood smoothies and acai/smoothie bowls.
Each pack contains only 100% whole and natural ingredients such as fruit, nuts, seeds and superfoods. There are no preservatives, added sugars or artificial ingredients. You simply empty the raw ingredients into a blender, add liquid and blend.
Sidekick Smoothies has 2 smoothie pack ranges available, the standard range and the superfood range.
Standard range (4 ingredients per pack):
- Acai - Acai, Blueberries, Banana, Goji berries
- Mango - Mango, Passionfruit, Coconut, Banana
- Strawberry - Strawberry, Mango, Banana, Dragonfruit
Superfood range (7 ingredients per pack):
- Amazonian - Acai, Blueberries, Pomegranate, Banana, Goji Berries, Brazil Nuts, Chia Seeds
- Bahama - Mango, Passionfruit, Coconut, Banana, Flaxseeds, Turmeric, Vanilla Bean
- Evergreen - Kiwi, Pineapple, Kale, Spinach, Coconut, Spirulina, Mint
- Helena - Strawberry, Banana, Dragonfruit, Dates, Goji Berries, Chia Seeds, Pink Himalayan Salt
- Power Breakfast - Banana, Peach, Oats, Manuka Honey, Cacao Nibs, Cinnamon, Dates
Cafes and other Foodservice outlets:
We currently supply to wholesale customers in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide.
Our products have a number of benefits to our customers:
- Healthy, nutritious menu item
- Ready to blend in less than 45 seconds
- No mess or waste
- Consistent product
- 1-year shelf life
- Flexible to accommodate dietary requirements (can be dairy or dairy free)
- High gross margins
Contact Sidekick Smoothies for product samples or to place an order.
More information about Sidekick Smoothies
Interview - Michael Bergin - Sidekick Smoothies
Smoothies are increasingly popular but they can be messy, ingredients can be expensive and it can be difficult to ensure consistent results. Michael Bergin, the owner of Sidekick Smoothies has changed all that. Read how this product is changing the way smoothies are produced in cafes. Click here