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New Medley cereal bars

McVities have a long-established reputation as excellent biscuit-makers. Whether you’re enjoying one with a cupán tae or as a snack between meals or even using them in desserts like cheescake, McVities have you covered.

Trust McVities to cover all bases and now they are targeting you again. Feeling a bit peckish at Elevenses? Looking for a tiny bit of indulgence at suppertime? Maybe you are looking for something as a treat, in moderation, for the kids?

McVities present their new range of cereal bars and biscuits called ‘Medley’.

‘Combining the great taste of McVitie’s iconic biscuits, Digestives and Hob Nobs , with the goodness of cereals and other delicious ingredients such as raisins, nuts, caramel and milk chocolate, McVitie’s Medley is a mouth- watering combination, a perfect tasty on-the-go snack’.

Available in good stores nationwide, the range has four flavours: raisin and milk chocolate, hazelnuts and milk chocolate, caramel and milk chocolate and double chocolate! Retailing in boxes of 6 for around €2.53 it certainly won’t break the bank either!

RTÉ Food in conjunction with McVities are giving you the chance to win FIVE McVities hampers. To be in with a chance of winning, simply enter on our food competitions page…

 

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