Mars Wrigley has debuted a new M&M’s Crunchy Honeycomb flavour following the success of a 2019 limited edition. 

After the success of M&M’s Crispy Honeycomb flavour that was launched in 2019, the company has now released its newest version of the product.

The new M&M has a honeycomb centre, coated in M&M’s milk chocolate and housed within a thin crisp shell.

Made locally in Australia at Mars Wrigley’s Ballarat Innovation Hub, this is the second home-grown flavour to the unveiled by M&M’s this year, following M&M’s Brownie at the beginning of the year.

M&M’s Crunchy Honeycomb is available now at all major supermarkets, retailers and convenience stores nation wide and retails at $4.50 for a 130g pouch.

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