Cadbury fans devastated as iconic chocolate goes missing from tubs ahead of Christmas

Cadbury lovers are gutted as a favourite treat is 'missing' from chocolate tins this Christmas.

With the festive season just around the corner, many were looking forward to indulging in a box of Cadbury's Roses.

The famous chocolate brand is loved for its yummy treats that are perfect for any occasion. But Brits with a sweet tooth have noticed a small change in the tin.

Upon opening their cherished boxes, fans realised the Tangy Orange Creme flavour was totally missing. And it's safe to say, they were not happy.

The chocolate boxes usually include Hazel Whirl, Golden Barrel, Hazel in Caramel, Strawberry Dream, Caramel, Country Fudge, Signature Truffle and Cadbury Dairy Milk Chunk.

But this Christmas, chocolate lovers will have to do without the Tangy Orange Creme. Brits rushed to X, previously known as Twitter, to share their sadness.

One said: "No orange sweets?" While another added: "Cadbury UK disappointed to note I bought a tub of Roses and there wasn't a single caramel or orange creme in there."

According to Cadbury, the flavour has been affected by "supply chain challenges". It confirmed the Orange Creme has not made it into all of its Roses tins this year.

A spokesperson said: "This year, a small percentage of Cadbury Roses products will not contain any Orange Cremes due to supply chain challenges."

"But don't worry, you'll still be able to enjoy the same amount of chocolate as usual as we've replaced them with our much-loved Strawberry Cremes."

One customer expressed their disappointment, saying: "This isn't very good I only look forward to the orange ones!"

But it's not just Cadbury that's causing upset this festive season. Walkers has also caused a stir by removing one of its popular crisp flavours.

An employee suggested customers could try the ketchup flavour instead, but this didn't seem to please the crisp lovers.

Then, to add insult to injury, Brits were given "no notice" when another beloved flavour was taken away. Sadly, there are no more salt and vinegar Quavers.

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