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Arnott's Is Releasing Dairy Farmers Chocolate Milk-Flavoured TeeVee Snacks

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Arnott's Is Releasing Dairy Farmers Chocolate Milk-Flavoured TeeVee Snacks

Arnott's has really been the MVP of 2020. During isolation, the company released recipes for us to make some of its biscuits at home, as well as unveiling some new products that left us all gasping.

But now the good folks at Arnott's have done it again by unveiling their new TeeVee snacks - you know, those little bundles of joy we're all so keen on scoffing by the handful. Well, get ready for a new flavour.

The company is releasing a new flavour that is inspired by Dairy Farmers Chocolate Milk. Don't know about you but I am totally here for this news.

Credit: Arnott's
Credit: Arnott's
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According to Arnott's, this new offering will taste of sweet vanilla and cocoa with creamy dairy notes and finishes of milk chocolate.

A spokesperson for the company said: "We are thrilled to be teaming up with Lion to replicate flavours from their much loved on-the-go milk drinks and combine them with our crowd-pleasers - TeeVee Snacks and Slice."

They'll go on sale mid-July and will only set you back $3.65 a pack at Coles, Woolies and independent retailers.

This comes hot on the heels of last week's announcement that Arnott's has teamed up with Dare Iced Coffee to bring a mash-up biscuit to life.

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Credit: Woolworths
Credit: Woolworths

Arnott's Brand Manager, Citra Yunika, said: "From the delectable flavour combination of Iced Coffee with Arnott's real milk chocolate, or the exciting Dairy Farmers Milk Chocolate infused with Arnott's famous TeeVee Snacks - we can't wait for Australians to try and enjoy!"

We cannot wait for these.

Featured Image Credit: Arnott's

Topics: Food, News, Australia

Stewart Perrie
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