Robern Menz is bringing back Menz Giant FruChocs for South Australians to enjoy for the first time in almost a decade.

The relaunch coincided with World Chocolate Day on 7 July, with the super-size version of the milk chocolate-covered apricot and peach bites, weighing in at around four times the size of an original FruChoc.

“Coffs Harbour is known for the Big Banana, Ballina has the Big Prawn and Queensland boasts a few Big Pineapples, it only makes sense for us to celebrate one of our SA icons in a big way too,” said Robern Menz CEO Phil Sims.

“At nearly four times the size as your usual FruChoc, you’ll have four times the reason to make an ample tribute to the best indulgence there is, eating chocolate.”

The Giant FruChocs are available in 350g packs at OTR stores in South Australia.


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