CARSON CITY, California, March 22, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Easter is a major holiday in the United States celebrated by over 80% of Americans according to the National Retail Federation1; of that 80% celebrating, 87% of parents celebrate specifically with Easter baskets2. When looking for a sweet snack to fill this year’s Easter basket, Lotte Koala’s March are delicious and adorable cookies featuring a creamy fondant filling with a crunchy outer biscuit shell. New to shelves in Southern California Hispanic grocery markets, Koala’s March is available in both Chocolate and Strawberry flavors.
“Lotte Koala’s March was first introduced in Japan over 30 years ago when the first koala bear came to the country,” explains Yuji Kamiyama, from LOTTE USA. “Since then the cookies have been enjoyed by millions and make a great snack, especially for kids.”
Koala’s March is a snack loved by kids. Whether looking for an after school snack or a snack to take to the park, Koala’s March is great for sharing and features more than 100 varieties of cute Koala character cookies. Since making its debut in Japan, Koala’s March made its way to the United States and onto shelves in Asian specialty markets. This year, due to its popularity, Koala’s March is now available in Hispanic specialty markets in Southern California including Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange County and Riverside.
Koala’s March is a gold member of the Australian Koala Foundation®, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and researching koalas’ habitats.
Koala’s March are available at Southern California Hispanic and Asian specialty markets in both Chocolate and Strawberry flavors. For more information, visit http://koalasmarch-usa.com/ .
LOTTE USA, Inc., headquartered in Battle Creek, Michigan is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lotte Co., Ltd. of Japan. Established in September of 1978, Lotte USA, Inc. manufactures chewing gum base, and imports cookies. Lotte USA. Inc. operates a vigorous export business of gum base to our parent and affiliate companies.