“That’s why Mummies go to Iceland” – Supermarket launch Halloween party food

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Iceland’s Deeside store went bump in the night as bandaged wrapped ghouls took over the store this Halloween.

Five Mummies took to the aisles giving staff and customers a fright while they stocked up on spook-tacular treats in stores.

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Halloween food was launched instore yesterday.

To celebrate Halloween 50 years on as Iceland celebrates its 50th year, for fright night only Iceland’s classic strap line has had a mummy revamp – That’s Why Mummies Go To Iceland – allowing ghost, ghouls and mummies in store for the spooky season. 

To add the heat, Iceland has brought back its dangerously devilish 12 Jalapeno Roulette Wheel (£3.00, 12 pack) for brave families to play a hotter than hot game of trick or treat.

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The spooky range.

Iceland’s seriously hot Jalapeno Roulette Wheel (£3.00) contains 12 spicy cheese bites, but three are packed with more heat than the others for the hottest party game around – a treat that’s sure to bring life back to mummies up and down the country.

Those who aren’t a fan of the spice can still join in the fun with Iceland’s Scarily Sweet Spiders Cheesecake (£4.00, 1.1kg) and Cosmic Cones (£1.75, 4pk).

The smashingly good Belgian Chocolate Smashing Gold Skull (£5.00, 595g)and Scarily Sweet White Chocolate Brain (£5.00, 810g).

 

 
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