B&M sells Snickers peanut butter and M & M’s peanut butter
SNICKERS and M&M fans can now get their favorite chocolate as peanut butter at B&M.
That’s right, chocolate giant Mars turned the popular treats into peanut butter – and the spreads cost £ 2.50 per 225g jar.
Available in B&M from tomorrow, July 17th, exclusively in stores, we expect that the spreads won’t last long – neither on the shelves nor in your cupboard.
As you might expect, M & M’s peanut butter is made up of crushed peanut M & M’s that are mixed into the spread.
While the Snickers peanut butter contains real Snickers nuts and chocolate chips – perfect for spreading them on toast or waffles in the morning.
B&M has more than 600 stores across the UK. You can find your nearest one by using his store locator tool.
Mars told The Sun that the glasses will only be available from retailers for the time being.
If you keep an eye on your waistline, you should know that each 15g serving of M & M’s peanut butter contains 86 calories.
While the Snickers peanut butter is a bit unhealthy as it has 89 calories in the same amount.
A grown man should eat around 2,500 calories a day according to NHS guidelines, while for a woman it is 2,000.
These 225 g jars can be found in the big four supermarkets with prices starting at £ 2. to be bought Morrisons.
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And a year earlier Mars rolled out peanut butter M & M’s ice cream.