B&M fans divided over 'odd' snack some are 'desperate' to try

By Beth Cruse

B&M is renowned for stocking popular sweets in unconventional flavours.

This week marshmallow-flavoured Maltesers divided opinion, and now another of its products is proving controversial.

The latest addition to the stores catalogue of nostalgic treats is Hubba Bubba flavoured M&Ms.

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Newfoodsuk shared the product on Facebook and the post has racked up more than 1,000 comments and hundreds of shares.

B&M fans appear to have strong feelings about the new flavour of sweet, which one person called “disgusting.”

Danny McCullough commented on the post: “Really really put off by the idea of these.”

Abbie Hodgson added: “These aren’t nice at all! Hated them.”

“Had these, I really wouldn’t recommend,” urged Rhys Middleton.

Meanwhile the product, which will set you back £2.99, has sparked intrigue amongst others.

Vincent Hyde said: “I’m not sure if I want to try these or not…”

“Not sure if these sound nice or gross,” said Diane Cooper.

Other shoppers are keen to try the new flavour.

“Ooh I must try,” said Diane Westwood.

Fiona Binnie said: “Plenty to go around, no stealing with this bag!”

It comes after B&M's storage boxes proved a massive hit with shoppers.

Eager shoppers have been loving the new £10 storage basket, which holds a staggering 35 litres.

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