Asda and Poundland are selling SALTED CARAMEL Matchmakers

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Asda and Poundland are selling SALTED CARAMEL Matchmakers



ASDA and Poundland are selling salted caramel flavoured Matchmakers and we think they sound like a match made in heaven.
They cost just £1 for a 120g box, which is recommended to serve eight people and contains around 32 sticks.
Asda and Poundland are selling salted caramel Matchmakers for £1
It’s unclear how long the new treats will be on shelves for but the boxes in Poundland state that they’re a “new limited edition”.
The crunchy chocolate treats are usually sold in orange or mint flavours, although a gingerbread flavoured version was available over Christmas 2018.
They’re made with a blend of milk and dark chocolate, and the latest version contains a salted caramel flavour that is  free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.
Famous chocolate maker Quality Street, which is owned by Nestle, is behind the brand.
But before you scoff the lot, bear in mind that there’s 247 calories in a box or 71 per four stick serving.
An adult man should have around 2,500 calories a day, while it’s 2,000 for a woman, according to NHS guidelines.
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