There's nothing worse than when one of your favourite things gets discontinued, especially when it's food.
It's been a long time since a certain Cadbury bar disappeared from supermarket shelves but, two decades later, the popular chocolate bar has made a big return.
Choccy lovers have been deprived of Cadbury Dream bars from as far back as 2002.
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At the time they were removed from shelves and were also taken out of boxes of Heroes.
Twenty years down the line they've made a big comeback, but they're only available at one retailer, Leicestershire Live reports.
To bag a white chocolate wonder you'll have to head to your nearest B&M store where you'll be able to pick one up for £1.99 each.
It's been revealed that Cadbury did not discontinue the Dream bars in Australia or South Africa, so B&M have started to import the bars as part of their Cadbury Australia Chocolate promotions.
The scheme also sees the store stock Cadbury Dairy Milk Top Deck, Crispy Mint Creme, Moro Bars and two Cadbury Old Gold Bar flavours – Roast Almond and Peppermint.
B&M also offers Cadbury Caramilk Bars and Cadbury Twirl Caramilk Bars, as well as Australian Cadbury Dairy Milk Turkish Delight Bars.
Someone revealed the chocolate bars were back in the UK by breaking the confectionary news in a Facebook group called Food Finds UK.
A Cadbury lover posted a picture of the iconic blue packaging alongside the caption: "B&M £1.99".
Even though you may not be able to snap up a bar at every supermarket, Cadbury are always trying to think of new flavours to entice those with a sweet tooth.
Recently the brand released two mystery bars, and customers have to try and work out the flavour.
The flavours are being kept under wraps by Cadbury until October, so you've still got time to pick them up and try and work out what flavours the tempting choccies are.
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