B&M shoppers rush to buy 'delicious' nostalgic treat based on iconic 90s brand | The Sun

B&M shoppers are rushing to buy a "delicious" nostalgic treat based on an iconic 90s brand.

The discount store is selling mallow spread in the iconic Fruit Salad flavour and shoppers can't wait to give it a go.

Barratt's iconic sweets have been a fan favourite for decades, particularly in the 1990s, and shoppers are delighted with their latest imagining.

Other variations are on offer too including Flumps and Wham flavours.

Posting across social media people have been sharing the tasty treat, and they can't wait to get their hands on it.

One shopper said: "Someone tell me where that is I need this."


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Another simply wrote: "Delicious."

A third commented: "Omg the Fruit Salad one is amazing, not tried the other yet."

A fourth posted: "The kids would love these!"

Each of the new spreads is available at B&M in store only, for £1.49 a 180g tub.

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The discounter says they're perfect for breakfast or dessert, and "mealtimes will never be the same".

They are available at stores nationwide, but you might want to call your local store in advance to avoid a wasted trip.

You can find your nearest B&M using the store locator tool on the chain's website.

If you don't have a shop near you, shoppers can also head over to Farmfoods where the tubs of marshmallow fluff are also sold for £1.49.

This isn't the first time that shoppers have flocked to B&M to stock up on nostalgic sweets.

Last month, the chain started selling bottles of dessert sauces in three classic flavours – Wham, Fruit Salad and Black Jack.

Shoppers can even get their hands on Fruit Salad wafers too.

Wham fans can also grab a bag of Wham Space Babies being sold for just £1 a bag.

Shoppers went wild back in February after packets of nostalgic fruity sweets were spotted on its shelves.

B&M isn't the only chain bringing back fan favourites either.

McVities recently brought back an iconic discontinued snack to supermarkets to fanfare.

Elsewhere, Heinz brought back its controversial baked beans pizza last year.

Plus, Muller delighted shoppers in July by bringing back its much-loved Mississippi Mud Pie Corner flavour.

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Meanwhile, B&M shoppers have been rushing to buy home furniture scanning at just £10 instead of £120.

Plus, the discounter is selling a bargain version of Paco Rabanne's Olympea, and fans say it smells "exactly the same".

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