Asda is selling candy floss flavoured grapes

Do they taste like the real deal? [Photo: macgirlsjourney/Instagram]
Do they taste like the real deal? [Photo: macgirlsjourney/Instagram]

Ever bitten into a grape and wished it could be a little more candy floss flavoured? Yeah, us either.

Asda seems to believe that this is something the general public craves and has released a variety of candy floss flavoured grapes.

Available from Asda’s ‘Extra Special’ range, there’s now a punnet of Candy Floss Flavour Seedless Grapes available.

It’s hard to imagine how grapes could ever taste this way, so we’ll have to take their word for it.

Surprisingly, this isn’t the only jazzy-sounding fruit to have entered Asda’s stores recently.

“We work with fruit growers around the world to source the new varieties of fruit like these,” the supermarket chain’s grape and stone fruit procurement manager, Alberto Goldbacher, told Lad Bible.

Look what's back!! Love love love these! Bought 2 packs #candyflossgrapes #asda

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“We’re going through a really innovative phase of fruit growing where we’re able to natural develop different varieties and bring something new,” continued Alberto.

“We’ve got a few different examples in stores at the moment, including our really popular candy gloss grapes, with a gorgeous sweet vanilla taste, and juicy Grower’s Selection king plums, which have an incredible bubblegum flavour and a lovely red finish.”

So if you’ve spent the past few years wishing your five-a-day tasted more like fairground food, you’re in luck.

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