ASDA Launches American Range Including Lucky Charms And Fruit Loops
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If you love nothing more than stocking up on American cereal every time you're in the US then we've got big news.
ASDA is now stocking a whole range of tasty treats from the US, from Lucky Charms (£5) to Froot Loops (£2.98). Yaaaas.
In case you aren't aware, Lucky Charms are made up of toasted oat pieces and delicious multi-coloured marshmallow shapes, while the bright and cheerful Froot Loops are sweet little rings of cereal each (as the name suggests) with their own fruity flavour.
The supermarket is also selling Marshmallow Mateys (which are very similar to Lucky Charms) at a slightly cheaper £3 per box.
Those craving a slice of that sweet, sugary American goodness will also be able to get their hands on Reese's Puffs (£5), the tasty cereal inspired by Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.
These are little cereal balls flavoured with chocolate and peanut butter, and they're a seriously indulgent breakfast treat. Yum.
Not only is Asda stocking all of our favourite American treats in one place, but it has also got in on the fun, creating its own cereals: Rainbow Hoops (£1.49) and Cookie Hoops (£1.36).
And if you're not a cereal person? Don't worry! We've got you covered, too.
For just £1 you can also bag ASDA's own American Style Blueberry Pancake Mix or its American Style Choc-Chip Pancake Mix, for the easiest breakfast that is sure to impress.
Speaking about the new launch, Jamie McMillan, Category Planner at Asda, said: "We're excited to have some iconic products from across the pond on our shelves, sitting alongside our very own American-inspired products. We're sure they'll be a big hit with our customers!"
You can get hold of the new range now in selected ASDA, stores - so it's worth checking yours is selling them online first.
We will hereby be living off Lucky Charms forever more.
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