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Sadly, it appears these customers eventually stopped buying.
Lifehacker's commercial editor and cosplay/tech celebrity Rae Johnston has indicated her intention to start a Twitter campaign to bring Toobs back. It's been a bad year for retro snack addicts: back in July, Allen's announced it would be killing off a range of old school confectionery including Spearmint Leaves -- Lifehacker favourite -- Marella Jubes and Green Frogs. Apparently, it's still possible to snap up Toobs from select supermarkets but stocks won't last forever -- so get out there and start hoarding now!
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and we all need our Vitamin C at this time of year, right? If we feel like heading south for some winter sunshine on the Fleurieu Peninsula, nourishment is on hand at Bremerton Wines cellar door.
We’re talking organic beef, veal and pork in the burger patty, nestled in a panini roll with caramelised onion from Beerenberg and tomato chutney, plus a slew of salads in and alongside. These buttery soft German style pretzels will have us singing beer songs before we know it.