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Primo Arnott's twiggy bites: Shoppers confused by a 'crazy' snack collaboration

Primo Foods and Arnott's have launched a Primo Ham Bites and 100's & 1000's biscuit that is taking Australia by storm

Shoppers are confused by a new ‘crazy’ but ‘iconic’ Aussie snack collab in supermarkets, so would YOU try it?

  • Primo Foods and Arnott’s have collaborated and launched a unique snack
  • The limited edition treat is a Primo Ham Bites and a 100’s & 1000’s cookie
  • Another version replaces the Ham Bites with the popular Mild Twiggy Bites.
  • Many call the snack a ‘three-course meal’ of cheese, a main course and a dessert.

Shoppers are both shocked and intrigued by a ‘wacky’ snack collaboration that has hit Coles shelves.

Primo Foods and Arnott’s have launched two new snacks: Primo Ham Bites and 100’s & 1000’s ($4) and Primo Mild Twiggy Bites & 100’s & 1000’s ($4) that are taking Australia by storm.

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Thousands are surprised by the unusual collaboration and have mixed feelings about the sweet and salty snack, calling the treat a ‘national emergency’.

Primo Foods and Arnott's have launched a Primo Ham Bites and 100's & 1000's biscuit that is taking Australia by storm

Primo Foods and Arnott’s have launched a Primo Ham Bites and 100’s & 1000’s biscuit that is taking Australia by storm

Primo Foods is an Australian staple, with its famous bacon, ham, salamis, cold cuts and sausage found in many homes and lunchboxes across the country.

The Mild Twiggy Bites usually come in a duo with Cheddar cheese and crackers, but this new limited edition of the classic snack replaces the crackers with Arnott’s Hundreds and Thousands cracker.

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So when a Coles shopper took Twitter To share the latest venture for the brands, he couldn’t help but jovially ask the prime minister if he was aware of the ‘egregious’ collaboration.

Shoppers are shocked and intrigued by an extremely 'wacky' snack collaboration that recently went on sale at Coles.

Mild Twiggy Bites usually come with Cheddar, but this new edition of the snack replaces the crackers with Arnott's Hundreds and Thousands cracker.

The Mild Twiggy Bites usually come in a duo with Cheddar Cheese, but this new limited edition of the classic snack replaces the crackers with Arnott’s Hundreds and Thousands cracker.

So when a Coles shopper took to Twitter to share the brands' latest venture, he couldn't help but jovially ask the PM if he was aware of the 'egregious' collaboration.

So when a Coles shopper took to Twitter to share the brands’ latest venture, he couldn’t help but jovially ask the PM if he was aware of the ‘egregious’ collaboration.

Several others joined in, proclaiming the various ways they were going to oppose the snack.

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‘I’m going to start camping out in Parliament Gardens to protest this,’ said one man.

Another added: ‘No no, this is a man-made horror beyond my comprehension.’

‘Why the hell would you want sparks on your meat?’

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Primo Foods is an Australian staple, with its famous bacon, ham, salamis, cold cuts and sausage found in almost every home in the country.

Many defended the salty snack’s sweet touch, stating that it was “pretty much a three-course meal.”

‘It’s main, cheese plate and dessert,’ said one man. Pretty much good food.

“This might be a controversial opinion, but it looks extremely good.”

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