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M&S Discontinues Beloved ‘Extremely Moreish’ Snack Leaving Shoppers Heartbroken

  • M&S discontinues popular Mini Bites Cereal Milk Clusters.
  • Shoppers express disappointment and nostalgia for the treat.
  • Other M&S tub treats like Chocolate Hazelnut and Pretzel Fudge Mini Bites remain available.

Marks & Spencer enthusiasts are mourning the loss of a much-loved snack. The retailer has discontinued its Mini Bites Cereal Milk Clusters, a treat that many shoppers found irresistible.

The news broke when a customer inquired about the availability of the Mini Bites. A spokesperson for M&S responded, "Hi Jo, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it looks like these have been discontinued for now. However, I’ll let our Food Team know you’d like to see these make a comeback!"

Fans described the clusters as "extremely moreish," with one noting, "I had to have strong willpower to replace the lid before eating the whole tub." Another added, "These are so moreish! Beautiful with a warm drink!"


Despite the discontinuation, M&S still offers a variety of popular tub treats. Shoppers can indulge in Chocolate Hazelnut Mini Bites or Pretzel Fudge Mini Bites, each priced at £3.75.

Summer Raemason reported in The Sun that the move follows the discontinuation of other beloved items, such as the Colin the Caterpillar cake in a jar and the Chocolate Millionaires Ice Cream. However, M&S fans can look forward to new flavours like Top of the Chocs Ice Cream and I’m Fully Loaded Popcorn flavour ice cream.

Tom Church, Co-Founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, commented, "It's always sad to see popular items go, but M&S continues to innovate and bring exciting new flavours to their range."

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