Chocoholics Are FURIOUS Now THIS Treat Is Set To Get SMALLER!

Our stocking could be left looking a bit bare at Christmas this year, after news about Terry's chocolate orange.

Terry Chocolate Orange

It's safe to say that Terry's Chocolate Orange has been somewhat a national treasure when it comes to confectionary goods, with the with many Brits looking forward to finding one in their Christmas stocking.

However, chocolate lovers were left with a sour taste in their mouths rather than sweet after hearing news that their sphere-shaped chocolate bar is set to shrink in size by 10 percent. 

The treat, first manufactured in York in 1932, has been reduced from 175g to 157g in weight – a cut of 10 per cent - prompting outrage among its fans.

Fans have been taking to social media to vent their anger, that much-loved British treat has been ruined by their new American owners.

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They believe the famous chocolate segments have been reduced in size by Cadbury, which is now owned by the US giant Mondelez International.

In a bid to take action, furious customers have set up a Facebook page to bemoan it's change in size.

They say the famous chocolate segments have been reduced in size by Cadbury, which is now owned by the US giant Mondelez International.

One Terry’s Chocolate Orange fan, Michael Hood, said: “The segments have one side hollowed out, that’s different I think, so I look at the box and see it weights 157g”

Nikita Broughton, said: “Great another chocolate I can't buy anymore! Hopefully they'll stop doing it when nobody buys it!”

Fans have even taken to Twitter to vent their frustrations:

Sigh. I guess we'll be sticking to REAL oranges this year instead.