Uk news Quality Street fans left gutted after fan favourite is left out from new tubs MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Nestle said that it made some changes to production during the pandemic and the lockdown this year.
Breaking News ! Quality Street fans have been left disappointed after discovering that a popular chocolate was missing from tubs. Scots will know that Christmas is fast-approaching when tins and plastic tubs of the chocolate start appearing on the supermarket shelves. Punters have been keen to sample the Chocolate Caramel Brownie chocolate once again this year - the new variety was well-received when it was announced for the first time in 2019. However, like most things in 2020, coronavirus has spoiled the occasion for some fans. Read More Related Articles Woman 'distraught' as 'professional' cake for brother's 30th looks like 'something made by child' Read More Related Articles How to get the latest Scottish news stories sent straight to your inbox with our newsletters Nestle, the firm behind the variety of chocolates, said it made some ‘temporary changes’ to its production line amid the pandemic and the lockdown. A spokesperson said: “In order to keep Quality Street production going during the Covid-19 lockdown period, we made some temporary changes to the way we operated, such as running fewer lines for a time.
.” "There is no change to the overall weight of our tubs, tins and cartons and any missing varieties, such as the Chocolate Caramel Brownie, have been replaced by another of our well-loved Quality Street selection.”
Nestle made some changes to production during the pandemic
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Despite the early season disappointment, Nestle confirmed that the future boxes will now contain the chocolate. A statement continued: “We have been producing all 12 sweets again for some time now.
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"We apologise for any disappointment caused but hope consumers understand why it was necessary to make these changes during such unprecedented conditions.”
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