Apple fritter is back in Australia’s supermarkets

Apple frites, a popular breakfast snack in Australia, is back at supermarkets.

The snack is available in Australia and New Zealand and is often served at a high-end breakfast restaurant.

Apple fryers have been a popular snack since the 1950s.

In 2014, Australia’s largest grocery chain Aldi introduced the frittering, and the country’s largest supermarket chain Coles introduced its own version, with its own brand name.

Coles’ frittered apple frites were sold in more than 500 stores across the country.

The company has since phased out the snack in most markets.