Monday, 3 October 2011

SPOOKY PUFFS MAKES A HAUNTING RETURN FOR HALLOWEEN



We love Halloween, the house gets decorated, with cobwebs, we have our friend the splat witch on the front of the house. Chris made her a few years ago with a witches hat, black mac coat, wellies and a broomstick. She looks as if she went off course and hit the house. Its lovely to see all the little trick or treaters giggling as they spot her.

I do love all the different limited editions of everyday food brands and for the second year I'm very happy that Sugar Puffs have brought back the Spooky Puffs. Conor adores them the toffee apple taste makes a lovely addition to breakfast cereal and its nice in October to have a Halloween themed box.


Doesn't the Honey Monster look scared here?


Thought the breakfast table was safe? Think again! Prepare to be spooked out of your wits as Honey Monster’s terrifyingly tasty cereal, Spooky Puffs rises onto shelves for a second year running, just in time to go Trick-or-Treating.



Crammed full of scrummy toffee-apple flavoured puffs, Spooky Puffs is a breakfast treat for those tricky little monsters. The limited edition cereal contains no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives as well as being a source of fibre.

Speaking about Honey Monster’s latest offering, Sheena Darji, Brand Manager, said, “Following the frightfully great reception Spooky Puffs received last year, we just had to bring them back this year with a bit of twist, and nothing says Halloween like the flavour of Toffee Apples! As a brand, we’re always eager to develop new and exciting flavours for Honey Monster as well as building on old favourites that we know our consumers love”.
Spooky Puffs is the third limited edition to be produced by Honey Monster Foods this year, following in the footsteps of Honeycomb Puffs and Strawberry puffs. Other lines in the standard edition range include Sugar Puffs, Honey Waffles, Choco Waffles and Choco Puffs.

With an RRP of £1.50, Spooky Puffs are on shelf now and available to buy from Tesco and Asda.

1 comment:

  1. good! more companies should get invloved with halloween!

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