B&M is selling four chocolate bars that have NEVER been sold in the UK before

B&M has five new chocolate additions coming to stores this week and four of them have never been sold in shops in the UK.

The new chocolate bars are all favourites from the other side of the world, as the £1.29 snacks originally debuted in Australia.

B&M's new confectionary range includes four tasty KitKat varieties including Mint Cookie Fudge, Gold Krisp, Gooey Caramel and Gold, as well as a Milkybar Whirl. 

UK shoppers may have never seen the Milkybar creation and three of the KitKat specials before as the only place Brits can buy the goods is at GB Gifts.

But now each of the new takes on the chocolate classics are being stocked at the discount retailer.

Ordering the chocolates online from GB Gifts will set you back more than if you'd bought them in B&M.




What are the new chocolates stocked at B&M?

KitKat Mint Cookie FudgeBuy for £1.29

  • Crisp wafer fingers topped with mint fudge and cookie pieces and coated in the milk chocolate.

KitKat Gold Krisp Buy for £1.29

  • Three layers of the iconic crisp KitKat wafer with a golden twist.

KitKat Gooey Caramel Buy for £1.29

  • Crisp wafer topped with a layer of gooey caramel, covered in smooth milk chocolate.

KitKat Gold Buy for £1.29

  • Crispy wafer on smooth milk chocolate base, topped with white chocolate with a sweet caramel taste.

Milkybar Whirl Buy for £1.29

  • Milkybar now with a swirl of smooth milk chocolate to give a rippled look of milk and white chocolate.

The KitKat Gooey Caramel will set you back over £1 more if you purchase it from GB Gifts and the Milkybar Whirl is 71p cheaper at B&M.

Shoppers may have seen the KitKat Gold before as Ocado already sells the chocs. They only cost 80p, which is 49p cheaper than at B&M.

But there is a £40 minimum spend on the online grocery shop so you'll have to purchase a lot more along with the bar which could bring you way over budget for a simple chocolate fix.

You can't shop online at B&M so while that means no extra delivery charges, you will need to head in-store to pick up the chocolates – you can use the store locator to find your closest.

Each of the chocolates is subject to availability and B&M predicts they'll sell out fast so you'll have to be quick to get your hands on the new flavours.

Over Easter, B&M was selling a Kinder chocolate selection box for just £5.

Shoppers could also nab a tub of Celebrations for just £1 at the store.

But in other choccy news, Aldi has decided to bring back its controversial caterpillar cake despite the legal battle with M&S over the chocolate-coated favourite.

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