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Sometimes, don’t you wish that our 7-Eleven had things from other countries.

We always look at the 7-Elevens of other countries and think they’re so much better as compared to the ones we have back home.

They sell more interesting food and seem to always have nicer microwavable meals.

But hey, it is time to rejoice because 7-Eleven is bringing us limited edition snacks all the way from Korea!

They’re offering two new additions to the list of products 7-Eleven currently sells and they can be found in any 7-Eleven outlet.

Hershey’s Cacao Pie

You can choose to get the Hershey’s Cacao Pie.

One look and you will realise that it looks pretty similar to the choco pie that Koreans love to eat.

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A snack made with two soft Ghana chocolate cakes surrounding a soft and fluffy marshmallow center. The cakes are glazed with Hershey’s chocolate, ensuring that you get your chocolate fix. Bite into this chocolatey marshmallow pie and let the taste of both flavours embrace your tongue.

This would probably be a good go-to snack whenever you find yourself craving something sweet.

This is priced at $5 for a box of six pies.

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Skippy Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookie

If chocolate isn’t for you, perhaps you can choose the Skippy Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookie.

It’s basically two plain crackers with a spread of Skippy’s peanut butter, a classic that many of us grew to love.

If you have no time in the morning to toast your bread and slap some peanut butter on them, you can go for these biscuits. They’re convenient and they offer you that same rich nutty and buttery flavour that you’re used to.

This is priced at $2.50 for a box of four sandwich cookies.

Limited Edition Products

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Since these are limited edition products from Korea, you might want to get them fast before they’re all gone!

If you can’t choose between the two, you can always get both. Besides, how often do you even see this in Singapore?

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