Breakaways are being taken away for good, leaving us with simply a few months to get our fingers on the long-lasting chocolate biscuit bar.
Nestle has introduced Breakaways might be discontinued from March after 54 years on British cabinets.
The historic chocolate digestive biscuit bar sealed in its traditional yellow wrapper is getting axed alongside Yorkie Biscuit bars resulting from a decline in gross sales, Nestle says.
If you like common Yorkies, do not stress – Nestle has promised they’re “staying for good”.
The deal with makers have vowed to exchange the outgoing bars with “exciting new products” later within the 12 months.
It stated one in every of them might be a brand new variation of the Blue Riband bar which can have hazelnut filling layered between the wafers.
Whether that may soften the blow for Breakaway fanatics stays to be seen.
A Nestle spokesperson stated: “We know followers might be upset to see it go, but it surely’s time for us to say goodbye to Breakaway.
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“We have seen a decline in the sales of Breakaway over the past few years and, unfortunately, we had to make the difficult decision to discontinue it.
“By saying goodbye to Breakaway, we will deal with our best-performing manufacturers, in addition to develop thrilling new improvements to thrill customers’ style buds.
“While we know it’s sad to see Yorkie Biscuit go, we want to assure shoppers that we have plenty of exciting new products lined up for 2024. Watch this space.”
The Breakaway, made with wholemeal, oat and coconut flours, was launched in 1970 by Rowntree Mackintosh earlier than being acquired by Nestle in 1988.
Its tragic downfall follows Nestle’s axing of the Caramac bar in November after 64 years.