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Shoppers flocking to snap up ‘banging’ new Sprite flavour in time for summer

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SHOPPERS are racing to get their hands on a “banging” new sprite flavour released in time for summer.

Fizzy drink fanatics have rushed to Facebook to share their excitement over the new soda.

A new flavour of sprite has been released just in time for summer

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A new flavour of sprite has been released just in time for summerCredit: Facebook/ New Foods UK

The popular Facebook group Newfoodsuk posted a picture of the new product and it caused a stir online.

The post was captioned: “New Cherry Lime Sprite. Flavours are amazing, the cherry with the lime is spot on!

“We got this from Uk website WorldSnacksuk.”

The post racked up more than 170 comments and received more than 400 likes.

One person wrote: “Can’t wait to try,” while another said: “Need to try this.”

A third added: “It’s not a want it’s a need” and a fourth questioned: “Will it be as nice the raspberry and lemon one though?”

A fourth shared: “This sounds banging.”

The tasty drink can be purchased online from Ebay, King’s Candy, World Snacks UK, Dunipace Village Store and several other stores.

At Dunipace Village Store the drinks cost £1.59 a can and at King’s Candy they sell for a slightly steeper price of £1.79.

It comes as Asda hoppers are going wild for a new quirky dinner staple that’s “fab for garlic bread.”

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The unique product has caused a stir as shoppers flock to Facebook to share their reaction.

Popular Facebook group, Newfoodsuk, posted a snap of a Garlic & Herb Grated Cheese Blend and it whipped the internet into a frenzy.

The picture was captioned: “First time trying this cheese from Asda and omg, it’s amazing,” and it racked up a whopping 6,000 comments and 5,700 likes.

The comments section was filled by excited cheese fanatics.

Top Tips To Nab The Best Shopping Bargains

Finding deals and offers can be tricky if you don’t know where to look.

Here’s a list of hacks you can use to become a bargain-hunting pro and save on your shopping bill:

Join Facebook groupsExtreme Couponing and Bargains UK, Latest Deals and Reduce Your Supermarket Spend are all Facebook groups helping you reduce your spending and find good deals

Get following – Follow your favourite shops on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and sign up to its newsletters to get the latest on any offers

Check hotukdeals – The deal-sharing website lists offers as they’re spotted by savvy shoppers

Use barcode scanners – Retailers such as B&M let shoppers scan the barcodes on its app to see if it’s cheaper than the price listed on the shelf

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