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Six of the best food-brand April Fools pranks

Six of the best food-brand April Fools pranks

April first is the one day of the year where you can get the sweet relief of the unbelievable news stories actually being fake—for the most part, at least. Some would say that the past year has felt like one big April Fools Day prank, but here are six of the best food-brand April Fools pranks we saw last week.

Subway’s Coriander Cookie

You either hate it or you love it, and there is no in-between. So it was a nightmare come true for those firmly aligned in the “tastes like soap” camp when Subway Australia announced their new Coriander Cookie, complete with picture.

 

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Burger King’s sourdough-everything

Burger King took everything and sandwiched it in sourdough, which almost would have been believable if it wasn’t for the shake.

 

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Lamington Face Masks

Oz Hair & Beauty turned a few iconic Aussie foods in face masks for Instagram, including Vegemite, Fairy Bread, and Lamingtons.

 

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Chobani Yoghurt also ventured into skincare…

 

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Vegemite X Dare

Two iconic Aussie brands merged into one horrible flavoured milk drink.

 

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Boost Juice teased the vegan crowd

Boost posted a notice on their Facebook page with good news about a new range of vegan drinks (which is true), but devastated many by claiming they would be removing their famous Mango Magic smoothie to make room.

⚠️⚠️ Sound the celebration ⚠️⚠️

Posted by Boost Juice on Wednesday, 31 March 2021


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