SHOPPERS have been left feeling nostalgic after B&M started stocking a retro Cadbury's chocolate.
Dream chocolate was discontinued from shelves in 2002 and made a brief reappearance in May 2020 before disappearing again.
But it appears to be back on sale, at least in one B&M store.
Taking to the Food Finds UK Facebook page, one eagle-eyed shopper posted a photo of a 180 gram bar, simply saying: "B&M £1.99."
And shoppers have shared their joy at seeing the treat make a welcome return to shelves.
One said: "I think I may need a trip to B&M."
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While another added: "These were my fave."
It's not clear at this moment where B&M stores the white chocolate is being sold, but we have approached B&M and will let you know.
You can't get it online, but it might be worth popping down to your nearest branch to see if it's there.
If you don't know where your nearest store is, you can use B&M's store locator.
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It's not the first time a retro chocolate has made a famous come back in recent weeks and months.
Cadbury also brought back its Astros last month.
The sweet treats were first launched in the 1990's before going out of circulation.
In the same month, Pot Noodle brought it's notorious kebab flavour back.
But some shoppers were left undecided on the flavour making a comeback.
One simply said: "Sounds grim but might give it a go."
Pot Noodle brought the flavour back after a public vote.
100,000 people voted between piri piri and kebab, with the latter coming out on top.
UK shoppers could previously only get hold of Dream online for £5.99 from GB Gifts.
The company imports the sweet snack all the way from Australia.
Fans were left gutted after Cadbury pulled it from shelves just a few years after its launch in 2002.
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If you've never tried one, Dream bars are made from white chocolate and cocoa butter.
As well as the full size, they also came in mini versions in Cadbury's' Heroes box – usually eaten by shoppers at Christmas.
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