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Arnott’s teases Australians with Pizza-Shapes flavored sauce in squeeze bottles

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Arnott’s sparks debate after teasing fans with a new Pizza-Shapes flavored sauce in squeeze bottles — so should you try it?

  • Arnott’s Teases Fans With New Pizza Shapes Flavored Sauce In Squeeze Bottles
  • Brand shared a photo of purple colored bottles labeled ‘Pizza Sauce’
  • Hundreds of people were divided over the unusual flavor concoction










Arnott’s has sparked a heated debate on social media after teasing fans with a photo of Pizza Shapes flavored sauce in squeeze bottles.

The iconic cookie brand shared a photo of the purple-colored bottles labeled “Pizza Sauce…100 percent saucy,” with the caption: “Introducing a spicy new addition to our Shapes range. What would you spray this taste sensation on?’

The Facebook post was quickly met with mixed reactions, with hundreds of people divided over the unusual flavor concoction.

“I love Shapes, but this seems disgusting,” one wrote, while another added, “Oh my gosh, this is epic. I need this on my pizza.’

And one said, ‘This feels like it should be illegal.’

Arnott’s has sparked heated debate on social media after teasing fans with a photo of Pizza Shapes flavored sauce in squeeze bottles

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Would you try Pizza Shapes flavor sauce?

However, the brand quickly reassured its fans: “Sorry, not a real product.”

But many said they were still curious to give it a try.

“I’m intrigued to try this,” one said, while another added, “Why are they making these fake products… I’m getting excited.”

One added, “I’m not sure if I want to buy this or go to the toilet to spit,” while another said, “I’d try it, probably just once.”

Others said they believed the new creation was “the start of something special.”

“Finally some herbs that make sense,” someone said.

Meanwhile, many suggested other Shapes-flavored sauces that they thought Arnott’s should roll out instead.

“If they put out a BBQ flavored sauce – oh my god sold,” one wrote, while another added, “My body is ready for bacon and cheese.”

Others also suggested the brand should sell the Shapes flavor separately, with one guy saying, “I just want jars of the real flavor you get in the bottom of the bag. Especially pizza and barbecue molds.

‘This must become reality. Please. You’re welcome, with sugar on it.’

And it's not the first time Arnott's has fooled its fans.  Last year, the brand sent shoppers into a meltdown after sharing a photo of Coriander-flavored Shapes

And it’s not the first time Arnott’s has fooled its fans. Last year, the brand sent shoppers into a meltdown after sharing a photo of Coriander-flavored Shapes

And it’s not the first time Arnott’s has fooled its fans. Last year, the brand sent shoppers into a meltdown after sharing a photo of cilantro-flavored Shapes.

The photo showed the snack box next to a pile of coriander seeds after the popular savory cookies received a highly controversial makeover.

“This one might be a little divisive… Tag a buddy who would eat a whole box of these bad guys for himself,” the brand said on Facebook.

After sharing the post, the brand quickly reassured its fans: “Don’t worry, we don’t actually make these.”

However, the controversial taste was ridiculed, with one saying, ‘Division? What kind of monster eats this abomination?’

“I love cilantro…but I still have to ask myself “why, if so many people hate cilantro?” Even I wouldn’t buy this one,” said one woman.

Another said: ‘Where is the world going? First Covid. Then coriander shapes. I can not anymore.

One woman admitted, “I’d rather eat soap!” while another said, ‘If 2020 had a flavor, it would be this one.’

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