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The airport shopping staple has its shape changed. Nooooo! I cannot take this. It has been my love ever since. How can the triangle of love change its shape? This is just not done. You have played with my sentiments. I'm hurt now!
How? Why? What? I cannot understand this. Open the packing of the chocolate and you will be shocked. You have to eat it to believe it. It has been said that the new Toblerone has become scrawnier. Let's find out.
Produced by Mondelez International, Toblerone has undergone a disheartening and overnight transformation. All the luck to you. May God give you strength to accept this change!
Manufactured in Bern, Switzerland, the logo of Toblerone depicts the Matterhorn Mountains and the hidden bear. This symbolizes the "City of Bears" that Bern is and the presence of Matterhorn mountains there. *Deep*
I am sure, a difficult guess it is. But let's not create bigger suspense and let the cat out of the bag. It was because of the rise in the price of its ingredients. Cocoa prices have increased steadily since the last three years in Switzerland.
This is so disheartening. Such a gap between the peaks. Trauma for all the chocoholics. Mind the gap now! Horrifying it is.
I just can't forget the way we all fought to grab a piece of the triangular Toblerone. feeling dejected now.
Were you eating it the right way?
This may be so because of the controversial Brexit vote. The cost of Cocoa has risen due to a fall in the value of British pound against the US dollar. But the authorities of Toblerone do not agree with this reason.
Your chocolaty bliss of 400 grams has been reduced to 360 grams and the 170 grams one now weighs only 150 grams.*Smug face*
And... It is the price and the packaging! Even though we are getting a complete 10 percent less now, the price and the size of the packets have not changed. It is a huge loss for its admirers. What you will get less of now is - "unique milk chocolate, including nougat, almonds and honey"
Jean Tobler had a confectionary shop in Bern, Switzerland, where he produced Toblerone. Later, due to an increase in demand, he sat up a chocolate factory with his son, Theodor Tobler. Thank you, Mr. Jean!
The official counts the pieces, and is, as you guessed, disappointed.
We hope to get over the grief as fast as possible. All the best folks!