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Christmas Puddings Have Hit UK Supermarket Shelves

Classic, boozy or free-from, you can now decide as Christmas puddings have hit the supermarket shelves this September! You’ve had us mince “spying” the supermarkets for any festive treats including mince pies, now it’s time to get a little fruity and track down the classic puds.
Tesco Classic Christmas Pudding 454G

Spotted on Tesco.com today, you can now order your Christmas pudding and what’s better? You can buy Any 2 for £3 on it’s 454g range. This ends October 2nd. You can view the deal here: Tesco Any 2 for £3 Christmas Puddings.

Tesco Online aren’t the only store to have the puds available as Sainsbury’s have also added the traditional after dinner delight to it’s online shop too.

Morrisons, Asda, Aldi, Lidl, Marks & Spencer’s, Waitrose are yet to make Christmas puddings available online however you can bet it won’t be long before they do!

UPDATE Christmas Puddings have been spotted at other supermarkets and online, here’s where has them already in stock:

Tesco’s Online: Classic Christmas Pudding, Finest Christmas Pudding And Nut And Alcohol Free Christmas Pudding
Launched: September 23rd
Spotted by: UnderTheChristmasTree

Fortnum And Mason Online: King George Christmas Pudding, St James Christmas Pudding And St James Gluten-Free Christmas Pudding
Launched: September 23rd
Spotted by: UnderTheChristmasTree

Morrisons Online: Rich Christmas Pudding, M NuMe Christmas Pudding and Nut And Alcohol Christmas Pudding
Launched: September 23rd
Spotted by: UnderTheChristmasTree

Asda Online: Asda Free-From Christmas Pudding
Launched: September 23rd
Spotted by: UnderTheChristmasTree

Iceland Online: Classic Christmas Pudding
Launched: September 23rd
Spotted by: UnderTheChristmasTree

Have you spotted Christmas pudding’s in store? Share your thoughts below.

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