Whenever there’s a special occasion, the tub of Celebrations is likely to make an appearance. And if you’re anything like us, you probably hoarded as many of the Galaxy Truffles as possible.
But Celebrations fans were left disappointed when the much-loved Galaxy Truffle of back in the day was taken out of circulation, being replaced by Twix bars instead. Disappointment was so rife that fans even created a petition to bring the truffle back.
So we have some good news for truffle fans (i.e. everyone) – the petition worked and the Galaxy truffle is heading back! Instead of finding them in the Celebrations mix though, chocoholics will be able to buy them in their own individual box so you can enjoy nothing but Galaxy Truffles. But we can get on board...
‘We are extremely excited to be launching Galaxy Truffles in the UK this year and to be entering the all year-round gifting market for the first time as a brand,' said Galaxy Brand Director Sarah Mellor of the truffle revival.
‘For so many, Galaxy Truffles were part of a much-loved festive tradition and we are thrilled to be answering the undeniable demand, reinventing this favourite, now available all year round, as the perfect gift to bring pleasure to the next generation of Galaxy fans.’
The redesign of the Galaxy Truffle packaging is designed to give them a more ‘premium’ feel, making them ideal to give to people for birthdays, graduation, Christmas, and pretty much any other celebration you can think of. We'd definitely love to receive a box of these as a present!
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Even better, the Galaxy Truffle is available in stores right now. Tesco are selling the treat at £5 for a 206g box, with an even bigger 329g box which will retail at £7.49 heading to the supermarket in mid-September, so you're sorted if you have to share your truffles.
Looks like it's time to head down to the shops...
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Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV, Goodto.com, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.
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