Everyone in the UK is deeply fond of Quality Street chocolates.
The Quality Street Facebook page often receives concerns and feedback from the public.
But this week, the page received a comment by Charlotte Hook that uncovered something deeply disturbing.
Hook's realisation led to a ripple of outrage across Britain. How did this scandal go unnoticed for so long?
The British public called out Nestle, the chocolates' manufacturer, suggesting its product needed a rebrand.
Demands were made.
Soon, Quality Street's Facebook page was flooded with complaints. "Please do something?!!!" Sally pleaded in a Facebook comment.
After Hook's Facebook comment went viral, others began sharing snaps of the tins at their homes.
The size difference between the old and new tins is indeed significant.
Some Quality Street fans were dismayed at the reaction to the tins.
Nestlé told BuzzFeed that since Quality Street launched in 1936, it's always come in containers of different types and sizes.
A Nestlé spokesperson added: "Occasionally we make changes to the size of our products, driven by a number of factors, including anything from a product reformulation, a change in packaging, or changes to ingredients costs.
"This image does not compare like for like. As well as the 780g tub pictured, we also have a 1.3kg tin available which lovers of Quality Street might like to try this Christmas. We want to give the best possible value for money and we believe that this product is still extremely competitive."
Nestlé stressed to BuzzFeed that it aims to produce quality products, as its consumers have "come to expect".
In the meantime, Maddi has uncovered a much larger problem with Quality Street.
I am outraged. I want the tins to return to their original, larger size.I'm not too fussed, tbh.The real scandal is people who put the wrappers back in the tin.
The Shrinking Size Of Quality Street Tins Has Led To Outrage Across Britain
vote votesI am outraged. I want the tins to return to their original, larger size.
vote votesI'm not too fussed, tbh.
vote votesThe real scandal is people who put the wrappers back in the tin.
Rossalyn Warren is a senior reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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