M&M’s chocolate bars are coming to the UK this month


Are you a big M&M's fan? If so, you can now enjoy your favourite snack in chocolate bar form. Prepare to get excited!

You may have seen rumours about the bars, and they’ve finally been confirmed. The new creations were released in America, causing chocolate fans across the pond to claim it was ‘the best chocolate they’d ever tried’.

Confirming the news, M&M’s Senior Brand Manager Cordelia Linacre said: ‘We’ve been inundated with requests to bring M&M’s Bars to the UK – so we’re extremely excited to announce that the wait is over!

‘We invite existing fans and all chocolate lovers to get stuck in!’

Available flavours include fan favourites milk chocolate and peanut, as well as mint, almond and crispy, so there’s plenty of choice depending on your mood. Or you could mix and match, we wouldn’t judge!

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They’re all made with milk chocolate and have mini M&M's inside, so you’ve still got elements of the original sweet in there.

Chocoholics can pick up the new bars from 17th July, from Tesco stores across the UK. They’ll then be available in other retailers from 17th August.

Each bar will cost you £2.49, and features the iconic M&M's characters that fans will instantly recognise from the adverts and original packaging.

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Want to make healthier choices? Check out our roundup of the healthiest chocolate bars to make life easier!

Understandably, fans have taken to Twitter to share their excitement about the new products.

One fan wrote ‘GAME CHANGER’, whilst another joked that they were ruining their diet by writing: ‘Stop giving me cravings for things I shouldn't be eating! 🤬🍫’

Will you be picking up the new bars, or just sticking to the original bags? Let us know your thoughts on our Facebook page!

Lucy Buglass
Digital Writer

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.