CADBURY chocolates that have been popular in Australia have been spotted on supermarket shelves.
Shoppers can get their hands on two new flavours – Cadbury Twirl Bites in caramilk and also strawberry.
Eagle-eyed foodies spotted the treats, titled "Aus Twirl" in B&M but weren't pleased with the price.
Commenting on a post of the chocolate on Facebook's Food Finds, someone said: "Literally the same price as they are here in Aus.
"Strawberry ones taste too fake, weren't nice at all."
While another said: "Sounds nice but not for three quid."
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And someone added: "£3? They would be getting put straight back."
B&M is selling them for £2.99 for a 110g bag.
Original Twirl Bites can cost around £1.50 at most supermarkets, sometimes £2.
So shoppers could be spending an extra £1.50 for the other two flavours.
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When we checked online, it looks like fans can only get the strawberry and caramilk bags from B&M.
The Sun asked Cadbury for information but it said the Australian chocolates are not sold directly through itself.
Cadbury said it has no plans to launch these in the UK.
B&M hasn't confirmed when it started selling them.
It comes not longer after Cadbury has made a host of changes to its product line.
Last week (September 22), shoppers flocked to social media to show that their tubs contain normal-size Twirls – instead of the bite-size version.
One shopper tweeted Cadbury and asked: "CadburyUK hero tub with two multipack bars of twirls?"
Another shopper said: "I mean I'm happy with more chocolate than usual but this is very peculiar!"
A few days before that, fans were going wild over a new candy bar spotted in Tesco – and it seems to have just launched.
An eagle eyed fan spotted the new Caramilk Crispy bar in their local Tesco and quickly shared the discovery.
Food fans were left devastated after the business stopped distributing Christmas chocolate coins in 2014.
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But in August this year the chocolatier announced the iconic sweet treats would be making a comeback.
The coins are now available from a range of supermarkets.
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