McVities bring back iconic favourite biscuit which was discontinued in 2015

McVities has confirmed an iconic biscuit is back on shelves after being discontinued eight years ago.

McVities discontinued Happy Faces in 2015 but excited fans have now noticed the biscuit appearing on supermarket shelves once again. The biscuits, which have jam and cream in the middle complete with a smiley face on top, have been spotted in Asda and cost £1 per pack.

The brand has confirmed this is not a limited-time return for Happy Faces and the biscuit is sticking around. McVities also confirmed the biscuit is being stocked in Asda but will be added to more supermarkets soon.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

A spokesperson at McVities confirmed: "We are excited to say that nostalgic favourites McVitie’s BN Happy Faces are back in stores for fans to enjoy. They are currently available at Asda but will be rolled out to other stores in the near future, so keep your eyes out!"

UK shoppers are seeing the rate of food price rises continue to climb (image: Adobe)UK shoppers are seeing the rate of food price rises continue to climb (image: Adobe)
UK shoppers are seeing the rate of food price rises continue to climb (image: Adobe)

Snack food brand McVities is owned by United Biscuits and is one of the UK’s oldest biscuit brands. Launching in 1809, McVities most famous snacks include chocolate digestives, jaffa cakes and hobnobs.

Related topics:

Comments

 0 comments

Want to join the conversation? Please or to comment on this article.