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Muller launch two exciting new ‘Italian-inspired’ yogurt flavours – and fans with LOVE them

MULLER has launched two exciting new ‘Italian inspired’ yogurt flavours – and fans with love them.

The yogurt brand has introduced Sicilian lemon and white chocolate with raspberry and amaretto to its Bliss range.

Müller Corner yoghurt
Muller has launched two Italian-inspired flavours into its Bliss range including Sicilian lemon
Müller Corner yoghurt
The white chocolate with raspberry and amaretto is sure to be popular among Muller fans

The two new additions to the Bliss range are inspired by Italian mascarpone which is renowned for its creaminess.

The indulgent duo of yogurts is made with mascarpone-style yogurt and cream, and the Sicilian lemon flavour has the added ingredient of a rich and zesty fruit layer of lemon.

The white chocolate with raspberry and amaretto is described as a “decadent combination” of tart raspberries, smooth white chocolate and a hit of nutty amaretto.

Marina Lazu, Muller Bliss brand manager, said: “We’re very excited to add to our Bliss mascarpone style range.

“The contrasting textures offer a truly indulgent and luxurious
taste experience that elevates every moment to something truly special.”

The Muller Bliss yogurts are available from today in Asda, with a wider rollout in September.

The yogurts come in four-pack multipacks with a recommended retailer of £2.75, although bear in mind that retailers can set their own prices.

Last year Muller delighted its fans when it brought back a favourite flavour from the 90s.

The popular yoghurt brand relaunched its strawberry and chocolate orange balls flavour yogurt in September.

It was first launched in the late 90s but was discontinued and fans were thrilled to see it back on the shelves.

Last year the company also answered calls from its loyal followers when it brought back The Muller Corner Mississippi Mud Pie.

The nostalgic flavour was first launched in 1997 and was last seen in 2018.

This creamy toffee and coffee-flavoured yogurt was so popular that it even had its own dedicated Facebook page.

At the time of its return to the shelves some fans could not believe their luck, one posted: “Is it actually back? what stores? is this true?

And another added: “I’ve missed this yoghurt so much! Don’t you ever discontinue again.”

What other brands are launching new flavours?

Foodies will be pleased to know that Muller is not the only brand with new flavours hitting the shelves.

Huge brands like Walkers and Nestle have also been busy putting out new flavours for shoppers to try.

Some brands are even getting experimental and pushing boundaries with new flavours such as a wacky new chocolate bar or flavour of crisps.

Just recently, Heinz launched a pickle-flavoured ketchup, which some people described as “fundamentally wrong”.

Pringles released ketchup flavour crisps that shoppers have been desperate to get their hands on.

Plus, Cadbury has brought out a range of new items, including “heavenly” milkshakes inspired by iconic chocolate bars.

We have pulled together a list of favourites that have recently hit the shelves and hopefully, you’ll spot something new to try.

You can also find out which iconic foods have been disappearing from supermarket shelves lately – is your favourite on the list?

How to save on your supermarket shop

THERE are plenty of ways to save on your grocery shop.

You can look out for yellow or red stickers on products, which show when they’ve been reduced.

If the food is fresh, you’ll have to eat it quickly or freeze it for another time.

Making a list should also save you money, as you’ll be less likely to make any rash purchases when you get to the supermarket.

Going own brand can be one easy way to save hundreds of pounds a year on your food bills too.

This means ditching “finest” or “luxury” products and instead going for “own” or value” type of lines.

Plenty of supermarkets run wonky veg and fruit schemes where you can get cheap prices if they’re misshapen or imperfect.

For example, Lidl runs its Waste Not scheme, offering boxes of 5kg of fruit and vegetables for just £1.50.

If you’re on a low income and a parent, you may be able to get up to £442 a year in Healthy Start vouchers to use at the supermarket too.

Plus, many councils offer supermarket vouchers as part of the Household Support Fund.

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