Fans of popular chocolate treat Munchies are in luck, as the snacks are soon to be available in white chocolate, for a limited time only.
This new release follows on from chocolate fudge brownie flavoured Munchies, as well as Munchies cookie dough, which launched last year.
The classic sweets - which have been around since 1957 - have a caramel and biscuit centre and are usually coated in milk chocolate.
Nestlé is believed to have invented the first white chocolate when, in 1936. While working on a vitamin-enriched condensed milk, workers added cocoa butter to make a solid tablet form of the milk. In doing so, white chocolate was created.
Munchies are made at Nestlé’s Fawdon factory, near Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, which also makes many other well-loved brands, including Fruit Pastilles, Fruit Gums, Breakaway, Caramac, Matchmakers, Rolo, Toffee Crisp and Smarties Buttons.
Munchies have been produced in a variety of flavours over the years, including chocolate orange, hazelnut, banoffee, and mint.
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