Two Iconic Kiwi Brands Collide

LISA’s Hummus and Marmite fans, rejoice! New Zealand’s most trusted vegetarian brand, LISA’s, has found its best mate in the form of iconic Kiwi brand Marmite; with the two joining forces in a ‘tasty as’ collaboration to launch LISA’s Marmite Hummus.

The quintessentially Kiwi mix combines the adored flavour of LISA’s Original hummus with the unmistakable taste of Marmite; the result is a deliciously unique product that’s set to enter Aotearoa’s gastronomic hall of fame whether you say ‘nah, yeah’ or ‘yeah, nah’ to this flavour combo.

LISA’s Marmite Hummus is the coming together of two supermarket favourites and a combination that Kiwis never knew they needed, which will be the new go-to delicious dip for crackers, pretzels, bagels, veggies, toast, chip sammies… the list goes on and on!

“LISA’s is known for its delicious flavour combinations, but this is the most interesting one we’ve released to date – and luckily, us Kiwis love to be experimental and try new flavours,” said Mark Roper, Life Health Foods international marketing manager.

“LISA’s is a Kiwi brand through and through, and we couldn’t be more excited to be collaborating with Marmite, another much-loved homegrown brand. We can’t wait for New Zealanders to give LISA’s Marmite Hummus a try with their own best mates and tell us what they think.”

Just like LISA’S other products, LISA’s Marmite Hummus still has the same high-quality ingredients - chickpea, garlic, tahini and a squeeze of lemon juice - plus the added bonus of Marmite-y goodness.

“We’ve truly lived up to Marmite’s ‘made to be messed with’ slogan with this iconically Kiwi collaboration, and we look forward to hearing what Kiwi foodies think of our latest culinary creation,” said Pete Davis, Sanitarium Health Food Company national marketing manager.

“Marmite, and LISA’s Hummus, are both Kiwi icons in their own right, and now that they’ve come together, we hope New Zealanders will agree it’s a match made in heaven – right up there with fish and chips, or tomato sauce on a pie.”