Coles will bring back Bulla Dairy Foods’ Choc Tops to Coles supermarkets across Victoria to help recreate the cinema experience at home while the state continues under stage four restrictions due to the pandemic.

Two new Choc Top flavours – Boysenberry and Chocolate – have been added to line-up, which already includes Mint and Vanilla.

Bulla CEO Allan Hood said he was excited to be collaborating with Coles again to bring Choc Tops to consumers.

“We knew that everyone loved our Choc Tops but were pleasantly surprised at how quickly they sold out when we first launched this product with Coles in May, selling over 100,000 units across the nation in the first two days of sales alone,” he said.

“Bulla has been delivering thousands of Choc Tops and other Bulla products to frontline workers across the country as a small token of appreciation for all their work during the pandemic.”

Bull Choc Tops will be available in four-packs for RRP $10.00, while stocks last in Coles stores in Victoria only.

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