June 24, 2024

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Mars throws unwanted tape from the ‘Celebrations’ box – poll contradicts decision

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This is what the new Celebrations box looks like without the Bounty. © Mars Wrigley

Mars is testing a bounty candy bar out of the famous festive box. However, in the survey, this bar is the second most popular bar in the box

Viersen – Mars Wrigley’s famous “Celebration” box contains the best eight chocolate bars from the manufacturer. Obviously, some people prefer this bar and some even less. Now, however, the company is announcing a change to its Special Events Fund. Chocolate bar flies shortly before birthday From the ceremonial fund.

Mars throws a candy out of the famous “Celebrations” box

like the british daily Mail Online, the “Bounty” bar will no longer be included in the candy box. So there are only seven bars instead of eight in the “Celebrations” box: Galaxy, Galaxy Caramel, Maltesers, Mars, Milky Way, Snickers and Twix. However, this is just a test for now. The modified product will be available for purchase from British supermarket chain Tesco from November 8. Anyone who has already purchased a chest with a “Bounty” still in it can exchange it for a new one for free starting November 8th.

These bars are in the new “Celebrations” box from Mars

  • galaxy
  • Galaxy Caramel
  • Maltese
  • Mars
  • Milky Way
  • Snickers
  • Twix

Chocolate bar comes out of the festive box: the reward is ranked second among favorite bars according to the survey

The decision comes after more than a third of Britons admitted they didn’t want a “Bounty” in their festive candy box. However, a frequently updated poll on the “Celebrations” homepage does not reflect the supposed aversion to the “Bounty” bar. Because there, 19 percent of those surveyed said Bounty was their favorite bar. Only “Galaxy” is the most popular with 21 percent.

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Meanwhile I stayed in Supermarkets and discounts else Some other product shelves are increasingly empty, and this trend could continue.