Campino sweets are BACK! Here's how you can get your hands on a pack of the strawberry and cream treats

LIKE Jolly Ranchers, Campino sweets were one of those childhood wonders that one day seemed to disappear off the face of the planet.

The individually wrapped bundles of strawberry and cream joy were loved by many who grew up in the nineties and early noughties.

Sadly they were discontinued in the UK and relegated to the treat scrap heap, along with Cadbury's Dream bars, Kit Kat Senses and white chocolate Maltesers.

But we have some exciting news – Campinos are back!

Well, strictly speaking they haven't made a glorious return to UK shelves, but there is a way you can get your paws on a pack.

That's right, you probably guessed it – Amazon is stocking the juicy hard candies, and they're even selling a bag of assorted Campino flavours.

We've never tried the cherry or the peach version, but we can imagine they taste delish.

They're not cheap mind; a bag will set you back around £7 ($10) and as they're shipped from the States, they won't arrive for a couple of weeks.

They're also being sold at Walmart in America for the bargain price of £1.45 ($2).

We admit that's a bit far to travel purely to pick up a bag of Campinos, and sadly they don't ship outside of the USA.

But, Walmart is partnered with Asda, so you never know – if we make a big enough song and dance about this, the supermarket may take pity on us and bring 'em back.



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