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Turkish Delight like you’ve NEVER enjoyed it before

Turkish Delight like you’ve NEVER enjoyed it before: The iconic chocolate bar has been transformed into tasty bite-sized jelly balls

  • Australians can now buy Turkish Delight in small bite-sized jelly pieces 
  • Fry’s Turkish Delight launched the product in stores for $3.99 per packet 
  • Each piece is filled with delicious Turkish Delight and covered in chocolate 
  • The new offering can be found down at Foodland, IGA and independent retailers

Customers around Australia can now buy packets of Fry’s Turkish Delight chocolate in delicious bite-sized jelly pieces.

Just like the original chocolate bars, the small jelly pieces are filled with delicious Turkish Delight and covered with a layer of milk chocolate.

The new offering can be found down confectionery aisles of Foodland, IGA and independent supermarket stores for $3.99 per packet.

Just like the original chocolate bars, the small jelly pieces are filled with delicious Turkish Delight and covered with a layer of milk chocolate

After the news was posted on Facebook, hundreds of eager customers flooded the comments and tagged friends to share their excitement.

‘Next on the shopping list!’ one person wrote, another added: ‘Yummo!’

The small, round jellies would be perfect to share with friends or to enjoy after dinner.

Earlier this week Australian favourite brand Tip Top launched tasty Golden Cinnamon Doughnut Flavoured bread loaves for the perfect winter breakfast treat

Earlier this week Australian favourite brand Tip Top launched tasty Golden Cinnamon Doughnut Flavoured bread loaves for the perfect winter breakfast treat 

Earlier this week Australian favourite brand Tip Top launched tasty Golden Cinnamon Doughnut Flavoured bread loaves for the perfect winter breakfast treat.

The new product is available across Woolworths stores nationwide for $5 per 600g loaf.

The latest food offering combines a doughnut with toast and is made with delicious bursts of cinnamon.

The toast would be best served with butter, jam or cream alongside a cup of tea or coffee.

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