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Lots of Little Sweeties from the New Nanobytes

My kids had the pleasure of testing out all three new flavours of Nanobytes recently.  They’re out in the shops this month and my kids will be eagerly keeping an eye out for them arriving.

Nanobytes says:

Some time ago, far far away in space… The sky was filled with edible planets drifting dangerously close to the stars. Planet Nano was made up of 3 earth-shattering flavours. Strawberry, Bubblegum & Cola. When Planet Nano collided with a star it exploded; Filling the sky with lots and lots of little sweets.

Project-Nano Astronauts were sent out to collect these rare and delicious chewy sweets, and now they’ve brought them back home to Earth, for you to enjoy the delicious flavours too.

It was nice for youngest who tends to find himself last in the queue for things as he rarely ever is lucky enough to be picked, or win, or be singled out for anything.

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Nanobytes are new, they are gluten free and have a fab closure detail that means they won’t spill all over the floor, or car, or even their beds if they sneak some sweeties upstairs.


Some people have compared them to Millions, but they are different.  The candy is softer and in different flavours.

They’ll come in Strawberry, Cola and Bubblegum.  My favourite was the Strawberry, but the kids liked Cola the best.


The packs are 65g and there is also a smaller 25g pocket size.

I suspect there’ll be a few pennies spent from pocket money on these in the near future and littlest will be able to proudly say “see, I told you I was one of the first in the UK to try these.”

The Nanobytes website has games and downloads for kids to experiment with and a Nanonauts area where completed applications will be entered to win some free sweeties.

Disclaimer:  We were sent Nanobytes to try out before they reach shop shelves.


8 thoughts on “Lots of Little Sweeties from the New Nanobytes

  1. We are told Nanobytes are from space but are actually made in China. With your comments about them being different from millions – please! They are a carbon copy of size, texture and flavours.
    Would rather have the original than pay for a cheap Chinese replica.

    1. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion of course, yet I did find them more chewy than millions. Perhaps it was the difference in temperature when eating them, I don’t know, but I’m not going to say we didn’t like then when we did. The packet was a bonus for us too as it clipped closed.

  2. They look yummy. Bet my two would love em.

    1. I think most kids would love them really.

  3. Thanks for the review. Here at Brain Blasterz (friends of Nanobytes) we’re super happy to see that you loved the sweets and can’t wait for you and your son to try ours next.

    DM us your Son’s name, and we’ll put together a special review box for him, (and anyone else in the family).

    Many thanks,
    – Brain Blasterz / Nanobytes

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