Seasonal spins on some of our favourite festive foodstuffs have been hitting the shelves as Christmas approaches.
Now Asda is selling an intriguing variation on traditional cheese... and it's not what you expect.
The supermarket chain's limited-edition toffee apple cheese is described as 'sweet and tangy', and features cheddar cheese with toffee and apple pieces studded throughout.
Each 175g pack costs £1.75.
Asda is also selling a cranberry-infused Wensleydale cheese, something more traditional.
It also sells Wensleydale and apricot cheese, too.
If you're after something more savoury, the chain is selling cheddar with pickled onions and chives.
Each pack also costs £1.75.
Cheese fans have been well catered for the festive season.
So Wrong It's Nom has launched the world's first cheese Christmas cracker.
If you fancy pulling the cracker this Christmas, there are two types of cheeses, a mini jar of chutney and some oatcakes, as well as a cheesy joke.
The cracker costs £3 and will be sold from November both in-store and online at Asda, Ocado, and Sainsbury's.
The company also sells a cheese-filled advent calendar.
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