Aldi consumers can bag 13p different to Nestle’s discontinued Breakaway bar

Biscuit followers throughout the UK had been up in arms this week after listening to that Nestle’s well-liked Breakaway Biscuit Bar will likely be no extra in only a month.

Brits have been taking to social media to precise their disappointment this week after listening to the information that the favored chocolate bar will likely be axed.

But don’t fret, as Aldi is right here to avoid wasting the day with a less expensive different that tastes simply pretty much as good. For solely £1.19 for a pack of 9 that is 13p per biscuit Aldi’s Belmont Wacko Biscuit Bar gives a yummy crunchy biscuit bar wrapped in wealthy milk chocolate.

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And the grocery store says that the chocolate deal with, which is ideal for a day snack, will not be going anyplace quickly.

Aldi Wacko chocolate biscuits
The ‘Wacko’ bars on on Aldi cabinets now

The information that Breakaway bars are being discontinued was confirmed this week by Nestle. The chocolate snack, made with wholemeal, oat and coconut flours, was launched again in 1970 by Rowntree Mackintosh earlier than Nestle picked it up in 1988.

Nestle additionally mentioned Yorkie biscuit bars are being wiped because of declining gross sales. However, worry not, because the basic Yorkie chocolate bars are “staying for good”.

Fans of each biscuits will solely be capable to get their arms on it whereas shares final all through February and March.

Nestle Breakaway biscuit bars
It was introduced this week Nestle is discontinuing Breakaway bars

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Nestle additionally confirmed a brand new product will likely be a variation on the Blue Riband bar – a biscuit referred to as Blue Riband Hazelnut. This will function hazelnut filling layered between the wafers, which will likely be accessible in supermarkets from February.

A Nestle spokeswoman mentioned: “We know fans will be disappointed to see it go, but it’s time for us to say goodbye to Breakaway. We have seen a decline in the sales of Breakaway over the past few years and, unfortunately, we had to make the difficult decision to discontinue it.

“By saying goodbye to Breakaway, we will deal with our best-performing manufacturers, in addition to develop thrilling new improvements to thrill shoppers’ tastebuds. While we all know it’s unhappy to see Yorkie Biscuit go, we wish to guarantee consumers that now we have loads of thrilling new merchandise lined up for 2024. Watch this area.”