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Chocolate fans are excited after recognizing Cadbury’s newest confectionery creation on the cabinets. However, some have noticed a ‘downside’ with it.

The iconic model has tantalised style buds by launching new Cadbury Caramilk Crunchie Bites, now out there at low cost retailer B&M.

Yet, regardless of the thrill, some buyers have voiced a ‘downside’ with the brand new deal with, stating that the precise goodies bear little resemblance to their depiction on the packaging.

Described as ‘Caramilk caramelised white chocolate bites with delicious honeycomb items’, the product stirred debate amongst members of the ‘Food Finds UK’ Facebook group after a picture of the bites was posted, sparking feedback about their look not matching the packet’s illustration.

One disgruntled buyer remarked: “They look completely different to the packaging.”

Despite some complaints, the anticipation for the brand new candy deal with stays excessive, with one keen fan exclaiming: “I need these ASAP.” Another queried excitedly: “Are these real? Omg I want them.”

Others joined within the refrain of approval, with one saying: “These look lovely,” and one other including: “Actually sounds really nice.”

The information comes after Cadbury introduced earlier this month that it had axed its Dairy Milk Orange bars. It looks like the model had quietly discounted the product in January this 12 months with followers solely realising that it has simply gone.

Another shopper supported this remark, stating: “The two items don’t even look alike?? Second picture looks like truffles.”

Further grievances had been aired concerning the worth, with one individual lamenting that the bites price ‘£3 a bag’ and bemoaned the amount, claiming there’s ‘hardly something in them’. Reports recommend that every 120g bag comprises 14 of those caramelised white chocolate honeycomb delights.

Another particular person, in the meantime, stated they’d desire to see a white chocolate Crunchie bar on the cabinets as a substitute.

Cadbury has been approached for an announcement on the matter.