Fuming Cadbury lovers are raging as it is revealed popular sweet could be missing this Christmas | The Sun

CADBURY lovers have been left raging as it is revealed a popular sweet could be missing this Christmas.

Fans of Cadbury's Christmas Roses tins and packets were up in arms after not finding their favourite flavour.

Sweet-toothed Brits have been left fuming after opening their beloved chocolate boxes only to find the tangy orange missing.

The soft-centred chocolate includes Hazel Whirl, Golden Barrel, Hazel in Caramel, Strawberry Dream, Caramel, Country Fudge, Signature Truffle, Cadbury Dairy Milk Chunk.

But chocaholics will spend this Christmas without the popular Tangy Orange Creme.

Dozens of Cadbury fans took to social media to share their frustration.

One shopper said on X, formerly Twitter: “CadburyUK disappointed to note I bought a tub of roses and there wasn’t a single caramel or orange creme in there."

Another added: "No orange sweets?”

Replying to angered customers, Cadbury confirmed the flavour has been hit by "supply chain challenges".

They confirmed that the Orange Creme has not made it into all of its Roses chocolate range this year.

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A Cadbury 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."

However, customers were left disappointed with one saying: ”This isn’t very good I only look forward to the orange ones!"

It comes as Cadbury shoppers were crying "that SUCKS!" – after the company confirmed that the "best chocolate bar it's ever made" has been discontinued.

Baffled customer Amy asked Cadbury whether it still makes the Peanut Caramel Crisp Bar.

Elsewhere, fans are "obsessed" with a new chocolate bar that is hitting the shelves in December.

Cadbury is launching a new Creme Egg chocolate bar in December that is "perfect for sharing".

Meanwhile, shoppers have been rushing to bag huge bargains on Cadbury Christmas chocolate – and they're less than 50p.

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Supermarkets have started to slash the prices of their advent calendars and there is still a chance to nab one before the first day of the month is over. 

Asda has reduced the price of its Cadbury Dairy Milk advents calendars to just 46p.

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