Chocolate lovers go ‘wild’ as discontinued Milky Way bar is noticed on cabinets

Shoppers have been left in disbelief after a much-loved discontinued chocolate bar has made a comeback.

Milky Way crispy rolls had been a agency favorite amongst choccie followers till they had been axed again in 2022. The crunchy rolls got here full with a wafer and whipped Milky Way filling. Even although they have been gone for round two years, they’ve just lately been seen on cabinets at Home Bargains for simply 79p.

The confectionary creations are made by Mars Inc, the corporate identified for whipping up goodies akin to Mars bars, Snickers and Skittles. After listening to the information, candy followers went wild on Facebook, with the submit racking up hundreds of views inside hours.

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On discovering the information, one particular person replied: “Omg I love these.” Another mentioned: “Keep an eye out for these.”

A 3rd chirped in: “OH MY LIFE.” Meanwhile, a fourth commented: “I need to get these tomorrow!!”

Those with a candy tooth had been left devastated again in 2022 when rumours began circulating that the product had been axed. At the time, spokespeople for B&M and the Co-Op instructed the Sun that they had stopped stocking them. As nicely as this, you’ll be able to’t purchase them at supermarkets akin to Tesco and Sainsbury’s.

Milky Way Crispy Rolls have been spotted back on supermarket shelves
Brits used to like the chocolatey candy treats

In 2022, a spokesperson for Mars Wrigley UK instructed The Sun: “While Milky Way Crispy Rolls are currently in a galaxy far, far away we’re pleased to offer many delicious alternatives such as Milky Way Magic Stars, Maltesers, Mars and of course, the traditional Milky Way.

“The love for Milky Way Crispy Rolls has been out of this world and we’ve definitely taken word!”

Despite this, people have spotted them in shops such as Poundland and Home Bargains in the past few months. But shoppers have been warned prices vary from store to store.

Online confectioners still flog the chocolates in bulk and you can also snap them up at Amazon. You can buy a box of 24 bars for £24.99 on, and the chocolate goodies are also said to be listed on eBay where you’ll find a box of 12 for £12.49.

It’s good news for chocolate lovers as earlier this week Nestle confirmed it will ditch two of its favourite biscuits to make way for a new sweet treat. The Breakaway and Yorkie biscuit bars are being wiped as a result of declining sales.

It comes after Nestle confirmed it would discontinue the Caramac bar back in November. After 64 years on shelves, the tempting treat had run its course.

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