Attention all Muller yoghurt fans, a flavour from the 1990s is returning.
Those feeling nostalgic will be excited to hear the strawberry and chocolate orange balls flavour is coming back.
It was first launched in the late 90s but it being discontinued left fans itching for a comeback ever since.
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And the yoghurt flavour is already back in stores as it arrived on September 6.
Shoppers keen to stock up on the fan favourite can head to Asda, Morrisons or Sainsbury's supermarkets.
They can choose from single, corner yoghurts and even multipacks of the flavour.
The flavour will also be available to order online from "most retailers", although Muller hasn't confirmed the date.
It comes just weeks after Asda brought back another Muller treat from the 90s.
The supermarket began selling a yoghurt from the 1990s again at the end of July.
And customers have been loving they can get a taste of Muller Corner Mississippi Mud Pie again – for 90p.
If you're not familiar, it consists of a chocolate underlayer with a toffee and coffee flavoured yoghurt on top.
Then in true Muller Corner style, the side is filled with a separated portion of chocolate crumble.
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Muller Yoghurt and Desserts's Strategy and Marketing Director, Toby Bevans, said: "We have seen an overwhelming demand to bring Müller Corner Mississippi Mud Pie Inspired back, so we’re delighted to bring this iconic flavour back to fridges across the country.
"We hope to bring people of all ages a taste of the 90s with this much-loved Müller Corner classic."
Fans seemed excited with the news, although the yoghurts are more pricier than back in the day.
One user on X, formerly known as Twitter, wrote: "Asda have Muller Mississippi Mud Pie Crunch Corners again!
"THIS IS NOT A DRILL PEOPLE."
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