Nice biscuits are a staple in many households in the UK.
However, have you been pronouncing it wrong this whole time?
Arnott's, the Australian manufacturer behind the biscuits, has now confirmed exactly how you should be pronouncing the name.
The company revealed the correct pronunciation in a Twitter exchange with a food fan.
It came after a fan of the biscuit wrote to the brand: "G'day @ArnottsBikkies – would you mind giving us the definitive ruling on the pronunciation of the legendary ‘Nice’ biscuit? N-ice or niece? Cheers."
The person running Arnott's official Twitter account replied: "Hi Bruno, thank you for your query. Nice biscuits were named after the city in the South of France and pronounced the same as that city. They have been part of the Arnott's range since 1922."
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For anyone still wondering after the response, the correct pronunciation is 'neece' for the less cultured among us.
Some people were ecstatic that they finally knew how to say it correctly.
One social media user replied: "I’m so happy to finally know the answer to this. Never too old to learn something new!"
However, it seems that some were already aware how to say it.
Another person wrote: "I thought everyone knew that."
While another added: "Well duh, used to annoy me when people called them Nice biscuits."
Biscuit fans may also be pleased to hear that brand McVitie's has launched three new digestive biscuits.
These a Classic Caramel Bliss, Heavenly Chocolate Hazelnut and Luscious Blood Orange, which are dubbed as the brand's “finest biscuits to date”.
The three new flavours are topped with a layer of chewy caramel and finished with milk chocolate.
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