THEM CHOCOLATE BARS YOU FORGOT ABOUT
Why would anyone discontinue a chocolate bar?
Over the years chocolate bars come and go but many remain in our hearts forever. Proper nostalgia for many of us. I thought I’d have a look through the chocolate heaven to see if there was any I had forgotten about.
The one i miss the most is The Snow Flake (although there is enough of them around these days)
Whilst these may not have been the healthiest options on the market, these tasty treats were a source of joy to many back in the day. So join us on a little trip down memory lane as we share some of the best retro beauties we once indulged in.
After a 4 year life on the shelves of supermarkets up and down the country, the Mars Delight was discontinued . It was a period of time that people were starting to take their diets seriously.
Vice Versas were discontinued due to the high cost of production and the relatively low level of sales. The iconic cinema snacks were like Minstrels, but the insides were either milk or white chocolate, with the opposite crispy shell. The name makes sense now, right?
Snow Flake Launched in August 2000, it was a crumbly flaked white chocolate inside covered in smooth milk chocolate, a white chocolate-centred version of the Twirl. it was produced by Cadburys and sold in the United Kingdom and Ireland In 2003 the chocolate was renamed Flake Snow and was discontinued in 2008.
The Cadbury Fuse was launched in 1996 and was subject of a large marketing campaign leading to a national rollout of the product on "FuseDay".Forty million Fuse bars were sold in the first week of release. The brand was discontinued after 10 years in 2006.
MANY SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGNS HAVE TAKEN PLACE OVER THE YEARS TO BRING BACK THE CLASSICS
WHAT ONE DO YOU MISS THE MOST?