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Yep, following on from the success of Marmite peanut butter, Marmite cream cheese and Marmite butter, you can now get your houmous fix with an added dollop of yeast extract. Sounds good to me.
The new item has been spotted online and on shelves in Tesco for £1.50 ($1.90) per 200g pot and is made using chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, garlic puree and, of course, Marmite.
It looks as though Marmite hinted that we might be getting a houmous version back in March, after they shared a snap of a follower's (incredibly tasty looking) lunch.
The Marmite combinations are flooding in. Marmite and hummus anyone? :speech_balloon: #TuesdayThoughts https://t.co/CdPOg7iClO
- Marmite (@marmite) March 24, 2020
Marmite have been branching out with their flavour combinations for the past year or so, launching their very own peanut butters last March - available in either smooth or crunchy, depending on your preference.
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."
Not quite content with having the nation's most popular yeast extract spread and two brand new peanut butters, the company launched its own cream cheese and butter in Marks and Spencer earlier this year.
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.
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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