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M&S Is Now Selling Marmite Cheese Slices

M&S Is Now Selling Marmite Cheese Slices

Hot off the back of Marmite Humous and Marmite Peanut Butter, Marks and Spencer has launched Marmite Cheese Slices.

Marmite has been lending itself to all sorts of delicious products in recent months and its latest collaboration combines the salty, savoury flavour of Marmite with a mature cheddar cheese. Oof.

Sharing the news on Instagram, M&S said: "Say hello to our newest collaboration with Marmite... Marmite Cheese Slices!

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Credit: M&S
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"Combining Marmite with mature cheddar cheese, these slices are ideal for melting on toast, making gooey toasties or even grilling on jacket potatoes.

"The slices have that salty sweet Marmite flavour you just can't resist - your cheese on toast will never be the same again."

The cheese slices are on sale now £2.75 ($3.55) a pack - and for the eco-aware, they come in newly designed packaging using 75 percent less plastic.

This is the latest in an increasing range between M&S and Marmite, you can also pick up Marmite Butter and a Marmite Cream Cheese.

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Credit: M&S

Priced at £2.50 ($3.20) for a 140g tub the cream cheese and £3 ($3.80) for a 100g slab of butter - both items go great on top of toast or can be whacked on anything from pasta to jacket potatoes to give an extra bit of flavour.

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Speaking at the time of the launch, Marmite brand manager Sophie Allan said: "In 2019, we saw a huge volume of requests for a Marmite Cream Cheese.

"So, it made perfect sense to team up with M&S and create this exclusive range with them. We think they are ideal for first time Marmite eaters and, of course, our lovers too."

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Meanwhile, Tesco announced the launch of its Marmite Humous earlier this year.

Putting a new twist on an old favourite, the humous is made is using chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, garlic puree and, of course, Marmite. It's priced at £1.50 ($1.94) for a 200g pot.

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Credit: Tesco

And if that's still not enough yeast extract for you, you can also get your hands on Marmite Peanut Butter, available in either crunchy or smooth.

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Announcing the new spread, Marmite said: "The British public asked, and we listened. We're delighted to bring the nation exactly what they've been craving with the creation of Marmite Peanut Butter.

"It's the most exciting product launch since the conception of the brand in 1902 and we're confident that the nation is going to love it."

Happy eating!

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Topics: Food, UK News

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]