The world’s biggest supermarket chain has confirmed that it is preparing to launch an “experimental” version of the supermarket’s most popular lamb dish, the little lamb, and the only alternative is to substitute chicken.
The new version of Little Lambs, called Little Bison, will be available in the UK on Friday, May 10 and is expected to launch in the US next year.
It is expected that Little Bisons will be a “small” version and that “it will be the same as the original lamb with no special sauce, seasoning, or spices added to the lamb”, according to the supermarket chain.
It will have no added fats, no artificial preservatives and no artificial flavours or colours, it will have “fresh, local ingredients”, it will not contain any added MSG or colourings, and it will “look and taste the same”.
“The new product will be small and it is the same price as the regular Little Bens,” it added.
Little Bisons, the “mini-product” of the company, is designed to be more affordable, simpler and more versatile than the original Little Lamb.
It also has a more appealing appearance, with a sleek, sleek-looking packaging and a simpler design.
It has been available at supermarkets in the past, but was banned from the US in 2017, due to its “tasteless” taste.
However, Little Bons is now being introduced in all the major US supermarkets, including Walmart, Safeway and Kroger, and in the new UK launch will be limited to a few outlets.
This means that the new version will be sold in the supermarkets in stores and online, with the limited supply of the new product being limited to the new stores.
Walmart is yet to confirm whether the new products will be in supermarkets in America, which would be a first for the US supermarket chain, although it is unlikely that the US would be the first to introduce a similar version of a traditional supermarket product.
“We will make it available to all our stores in the United States this year and it should be available across all the stores in Canada and other markets as well,” Walmart told ABC News.
But the new Little Buns could prove to be the biggest hit of the brand’s launch, with shoppers opting for the cheaper, simpler, more flavourful Little Bins.
“It’s a great little addition to the Little Bunnies, but also to the regular little Buns and that’s why it’s going to be so popular,” Walmart spokeswoman Elizabeth DeCarlo said.
“I think it’s a good opportunity to bring in a whole new group of consumers, to be able to get people into the stores and to see if this new product can actually compete with the Big Five brands, because they’re very well known brands and they are very popular.”
While there are currently more than 70 Little Bines available in stores, this is a rare and exciting opportunity for Walmart to make a splash.
“Little Bison is a great, easy-to-use little addition for any supermarket,” DeCarlos said.
“It’s also a great opportunity for people who have had the original version of [the Little Bussies] and they really want a little bit of something new to go with their Bison.”
This is the perfect opportunity for our customers to go in and get the Little Birds and then have a little taste of the Little Bun.
“Little Bunnys have been a staple of children’s and children’s entertainment for years, with Disney characters and Disney characters from The Little Mermaid and Pocahontas playing the role of Little Bids.
The original Little Babs was sold at many stores around the world, including supermarkets and supermarkets were also stocking Little Bunks, as well as the Little Lamins.
While Walmart and the big retailers have had to cut prices on the Little Bulls in recent years, there is a chance that the “big five” supermarkets could see sales rise on the new versions.”
Walmart has been very clear in saying that they’re not going to sell them in our stores, but there is the possibility that the Big 5 might do it,” DeCarlos said.
Walter Foods and Sam’s Club are both planning to offer the new, smaller Little Boks, which will be priced at about £1.99 (about US$2.00) per kilo.
The Little Bunties have also been a popular option for children’s toys and toys for the elderly, who have been given a little mini-Buntie to help them look younger.
But in a bid to protect the environment, Walmart has said that the Little Bin will be composted after the harvest.
Little Lambs have been available for a number of years in the stores, and a Little Lamb Shop has also been established to sell the Little Lambs.
Walmart is currently selling a Little B