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Run, dont walk, to B&M for these Peppa Pig potato faces and veggie shapes

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Its pig, but not as you know it (Picture: Getty/B&M)

Any parent reading this will know how much kids are obsessed with Peppa Pig. Theyre less obsessed, though, with eating their vegetables.

Thats likely the reasoning behind B&M introducing Peppa Pig themed veggies and potato shapes, which will no doubt fly off the shelves.

Much like the infamous Billy Bear ham and tubby toasts of yesteryear, its been proven time and time again that kids love to eat anything with a face, and now it doesnt even need to be made of an animal that had one.

Exclusive to B&M, you can get Peppa Pig Carrot & Peas (500g) for £1, and Potato Faces (400g) for £1.25. A small price to pay to see your child devour their favourite TV character.

We do wonder what theyll do with the extra bits of carrot after theyve cut out Peppas face, but hopefully itll all go to good use. Also worth noting that you can only get these in stores with a freezer section, so check locally if yours has them.

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Parents have already gone wild about it online, with B&Ms Facebook announcement racking up over 8,000 comments in the hour since it went up.

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One said, Got these the other day kids were over the moon while another commented, just seen it Im deffo gonna get some.

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One mum, however, has got to the end of her rope with the constant oinking coming from the TV. Jokingly she commented: I fluffing hate that pig!!!!!!! That pig has taken over by TV, my home, my life!!!!! And now it threatens to take over my kitchen????

Another echoed what were all thinking, saying: We would go in for this and come out with a gazebo, fence paint, back massager, shower speaker and a mortgage. Thats about right for aRead More – Source

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