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Spare a thought for the person manning Cadbury's Twitter account this Christmas

Roses are making people very angry.

IF YOU’RE IN work this week, at least you’re not working for Cadbury.

If 2016 couldn’t get any worse, the beloved tradition of scoffing Roses has been disturbed.

The packaging was changed back in April from a twisty wrapper to a sealed wrapper.

People aren’t properly noticing the drastic change until they tuck into a Christmas box

It’s too much too soon

They resemble something else…

While we’re at it, what’s the deal with the plastic tubs in general?

It also brings up a whole other situation for some

The poor Cadbury’s twitter account has been kept busy apologising to furious chocolate lovers

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A spokesperson told the Guardian that the change only affected individual chocolates, so not the box as a whole:

While the weight of the individual units have adapted to accommodate the new shape and wrapper, there is no change to the overall weight in both tubs and cartons of Cadbury Roses. The changes relate solely to the shape and design.

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