Why do you NEVER get enough of your favorite chocolate? Experts lift the lid on the exact numbers of each candy in the top four Christmas selection cups. Chocolates that are accused of offering fewer chocolates that consumers love Experiment by which? group did not match the top four tubs with the question There were nine of the popular Wispas and only six of the Twirls in a tub with HeroesSome 26 percent of the people in the Which? research called the Quality Street utility and caramel purple one on their list of three favorites – but there were five in tubBy
Sean Poulter Consumer Affairs Editor for The Daily Mail
19:05 EST, December 7, 2018
15:08 EST, December 8, 2018
In the box with chocolates for our favorite prowling has become a tradition with Christmas – just like the row about who has squeezed all good. But it looks like it is indeed the confectioneries that are to blame after they have been accused of offering less of the chocolates that we love and of many that we like to hate. Although makers say they adapt the mix of chocolates to the taste of the customer, researchers for consumer experts Which? say the four Christmas baths that they researched – Nestle's Quality Street, Mars & # 39; Celebrations and Cadbury's Heroes and Roses – did not match the popular demand.
According to a Nestle spokesperson, the Quality Street assortment consisted of three different types of creams with sweet fruits, chocolates and toffees and fudge. Each tub is broadly divided into three in these lines
This is how much of every chocolate you will likely get in your favorite chocolate selection this Christmas? Looking at Quality Street, about 26 percent of the people in the Which? research called the utility and caramel purple one on their list of three favorites. If this were reflected in the content, this would have 11 consequences, but there were only five. Only 12 percent mentioned the strawberry delight as their favorite, which amounts to no more than five per tub – yet there was a doubling of the number, which means that they are likely to lag behind the wrappers. In search of Heroes researchers found that there were few fans of the eclair, yet there was an average of 12 per box. In contrast, there were only nine of the popular Wispa & # 39; s and only six of the Twirls.
In the box with chocolates for our favorite prowling has become a tradition with Christmas – just like the row about who has squeezed all good. But it seems that it is indeed the confectioneries that are to blame [File photo]Which? said that the favorite in a Cadbury's Roses bath is the hazel in caramel, which in an ideal world would be equal to 11 in the bath. However, the actual number left behind a sour taste – only five. Cocktails for cocktails include miniature versions of popular chocolate bars, not so popular with the Milky Way. But there were eight in the bathtub – only two less than the much more mellow Malteser Teaser. What? Harry Rose, editor of the magazine, said: "Our analysis shows that it is not your family's fault that your favorite flavors disappear from the bath so quickly: there is really too little purple to meet the popular demand. meet.
The Milky Way in the Celebrations tub is not that popular. But there were eight of these miniature bars in the bath in an experiment by Which? [File photo]Of course, if you are a lover of strawberry, eclairs or milky ways, this will be welcome news, as you will probably still be eating chocolates in the new year. & # 39; All confectioners said they tried to take consumer preferences into account when producing a mix. A Nestlé spokesman added that the Quality Street range consisted of three different types of creams with sweet fruits, chocolates and toffees and fudge. Each tub is broadly divided into three parts in these lines, giving you more sweets, such as the strawberry delight, which is one of only two fruit creams, and less of the purple or green triangle, which are just two of the fruits. . five in the chocolate-based category.
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