Iconic crisp flavour makes a RETURN to shelves after being discontinued – and fans are bursting with nostalgia

SHOPPERS are going wild for a new iconic crisp flavour that is bringing back nostalgic feels.

The widely popular flavour is making its return to supermarkets in mid-April.

Salt and Vinegar Discos are making a comeback on supermarket shelves


Salt and Vinegar Discos are making a comeback on supermarket shelvesCredit: Stewart Williams – The Sun

Lovers of salt and vinegar treat will be happy to learn that Disco’s most famous flavour is set to hit the shelves soon.

The tangy crisps – loved by many Brits in their childhood – will come in multipacks filled with six 25.5g bags.

Priced at just £1.50 for a multipack, Discos will first be available in B&M, Asda and Sainsbury’s from mid-April.

They will then roll out to other retailers such as Farmfoods and Tesco in mid-June.

If you cannot wait to taste the retro crisps, you can order 16 bigger bags for £19.29 on Amazon.

The nostalgic crisps are made by KP snacks, who also produced such hits as McCoy’s, Space Raiders and Nik Naks.

This news comes after the iconic brand axed a hugely popular bacon flavour last year.

Shoppers were becoming increasingly baffled as to why they couldn’t find the beloved crisps on the shelves.

A spokesperson sadly announced: “Unfortunately the popularity of this snack has been on a downward trend for a while, therefore, sadly, production was no longer commercially viable and the product had to be discontinued.

“We have no plans in producing these again in the near future. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.”

‘Get the taste buds going’ scream fans as Walkers launches new crisp flavours

But, in their prime, the smokey-flavoured treat had proved a hit with hungry Brits.

They were a common addition to many lunchtime meals and fans praised them for adding a little joy to dragging work shifts.

But it’s not all bad news – as Walkers launched two new flavours that promise an extraordinary experience.

Morrisons shoppers were also thrilled to learn that the supermarket giant has been restocking highly anticipated “god tier” crisp flavour.

Meanwhile, Aldi customers rejoiced as a “dream” crisp flavour had been spotted back on the shelves.

The retailer has also started stocking up a new crisp flavour inspired by a takeaway favourite for just £1.25 a pack.


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