FAVORITE sweets in festive selection tubs aren’t evenly distributed, Which one? from research.
Each Quality Street has an average of four Green Triangles and four Orange Triangles – but nine Pink Triangles.
In Cadbury’s Heroes collections, there are an average of 9 Eclairs and Fudges but only 5 Twirls and Wispas.
The celebrations have an average of 12 Milky Ways and Snickers and just six in each of the Galaxy and Galaxy Caramel.
And the Rose has nine Milks, but each has four of the other three.
Which consumer group? selected the most popular chocolate options sold at all major supermarkets and purchased three cases of 600 g to -650 g each.
They then calculated the average value of each chocolate inside.
Spokeswoman Lisa Barber said: ‘A box of chocolates on the sofa and a Christmas movie are a seasonal tradition but you may find yourself scrambling for your favorites if you don’t have enough of them to go see. .
“There’s a selection box for everyone, so make sure you get the one that best suits your family’s tastes.”
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