Nestle has revealed it is set to release a new flavour of its popular Aero chocolate bar in stores across the UK from May.

The confectionary company is already known for chocolate products including Kit Kat, Smarties, Quality Street and Milkybar. 

Nestle has axed a number of its products from its range recently. 

In November last year Nestle revealed it was discontinuing its Caramac and Animal Bars much to the disappointment of fans.

Oxford Mail: Caramac bars were discontinued by Nestle last year after 64 years.Caramac bars were discontinued by Nestle last year after 64 years. (Image: PA)

Caramac was discontinued after 64 years, a decision the company said was made due to falling sales.

Then in February (2024) Nestle revealed it was cutting Breakaway and Yorkie biscuit bars from its range of products.

But it hasn't been all bad news for Nestle fans, with the confectionary company also revealing the release of a number of new products in 2024 including a white chocolate KitKat.

Nestle reveals release of new Aero chocolate

Nestle also revealed in January the release of two new Aero chocolate bars - one being a new choco-hazelnut flavour.

Aero, which was initially launched by Nestle back in 1935, was recently revealed among the most popular chocolate bars in the UK for 2024 (Mars being named the favourite).

Now fans are set to get a new Strawberry flavour Aero chocolate bar, Nestle revealed in the Metro.

An Nestle spokesperson, in the Metro, said: "We’re excited to share our new Aero Strawberry Flavour sharing bar with chocolate fans.

"The bar brings together a smooth milk chocolate shell with a melt-in-the-mouth bubbly strawberry flavour centre."


When and where will the new Strawberry Aero be available in the UK?

The new Strawberry flavoured Aero chocolate bar will be available in Spar stores across the UK from mid-May and will cost £1.35.

It will then be rolled out to all wholesale and convenience stores nationwide later in June, the Nestle spokesperson confirmed.

News of the new product comes just days after Nestle revealed it would be changing the shape of two of its Quality Street chocolates in 2024 - The Purple One and Orange Crunch.