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Five Iconic Aussie Snacks That Have Been Made Extinct

These past few years have not been kind to Australian snack lovers. Childhood favourites have been culled and the nation grieved for the loss of a number of iconic local treats. We look back at five local favourites that are gone forever. More »      
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