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SHOPPERS are going wild as M&S brings back a much-loved snack.

Fans of the posh supermarket can once again get their hands on mango-flavoured grapes.

M&S already sells two other bonkers-sounding flavoured grapes including cotton candy and tutti frutti.

And has previously sold strawberry-flavoured grapes too.

The fruit gets its unusual taste through the way it's been developed and grown – not through any artificial flavours.

The flavours first hit the shelves in 2012 but have a habit of disappearing and then reappearing.

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Shoppers can once again get hold of the mango variety in M&S food halls.

And fans of the snack have posted their joy on social media.

One shopper said on Facebook: "The mango ones are so good."

Another said: "All are lovely but cotton candy are amazing, tutti frutti second then mango third especially nice when chilled."

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"Oooh I haven't tried the mango ones said a third shopper."

The supermarket previously said it took "years of experimentation" crossing thousands of different varieties of grapes before finding the perfect flavours.

All three types of grapes are grown in Spain, but the cotton candy ones are also grown in Brazil and South Africa depending on the time of the year.

Because the fruits are seasonal, they won't be in stock all year round so you might want to pick up a punnet sooner rather than later if you want to taste them.

The cotton candy and tutti frutti flavoured grape are usually stocked in all of M&S' main stores, while the others are only stocked in selected locations.

But you'll need to fork out extra for the flavoursome fruits because they cost £3.20 for 400g.

The same size pack of normal white grapes costs £2.65.

To find your nearest M&S food hall you can use the store locater on the retailer's website.

Ocado shoppers can also order the tutti frutti and cotton candy grapes for home delivery.

However, M&S is not the only supermarket to sell these funky grapes.

You can also get candy floss flavoured grapes from Sainsbury's and Tesco.

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In other news, M&S is set to shut another store for good following a string of closures.

It comes after the retailer revealed that it will permanently shut ten of its stores and relocate to new sites this year.

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