Quality Street fans divided as woman determines ‘worst candy’ in box – but do you agree?

COOLER months are on the horizon and that can only mean one thing: it’s almost time to open the Quality Street boxes.

While chocolate treats are a Christmas staple, a woman has sparked a debate after claiming to have made the ‘worst quality rue’.


A woman claimed to have discovered the ‘worst quality street’ once and for allCredit: Alamy
The woman uploaded this photo with the caption


The woman uploaded this photo with the caption ‘the office voted silently this is the worst candy on Quality Street’Credit: Reddit

The chocolate fan took to Reddit to share her findings after a box made its way around her desk.

Post to casual uk, she shared a photo of the unwanted sweets that remained untouched.

And it turns out that caramel candies were the least popular.

She captioned the snap, “The office voted silently. This is the worst candy on Quality Street.”

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Of course, it didn’t take long for people to weigh their own thoughts.

One avid fan said: “These are my favourites. The only ones I even eat are these, the caramel sticks and the solid chocolate chunks.”

Another joked: “Looking for a new job?”

And a third commented: ‘Strawberry cream is the worst, clearly green triangle is the best.’

One continued: “Strawberry delights bang. The orange creams though, yuck from me.”

Meanwhile, one Reddit user wrote, “How can it get worse when there’s coconut candy?”

And one chocolate fan said, “Blasphemy. Give them all away.”

The Quality Street website states: “We have 12 varieties in our Quality Street range.

“From original favorites such as The Green Triangle and Toffee Finger, to new candies such as our Strawberry Delight and Lemon Zing.”


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Nestlé recently announced it would be phasing out the iconic clear plastic wrappers and foil used to wrap Quality Street chocolate.

The 12 brightly colored plastic wrappers that surround the famous chocolates have been around for 86 years.

In order to become more environmentally friendly, the chocolates will be wrapped in a more matte and recyclable wax paper.

This decision is designed to prevent around two billion packages a year from going to landfill.

But the packaging surrounding two chocolates remains exactly the same.

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Crunchy orange chocolates and green triangles wrapped in foil will remain in use, according to Nestlé.

Violet, Orange Cream, Caramel Finger, Milk Chocolate Block, Strawberry Delight, Fudge, Caramel Penny, Caramel Swirl, Coconut Eclair and lemon zing chocolate candies will now receive new packaging.

According to Nestlé, around 1.7 billion Quality Street chocolates are gobbled up each year in Britain, the equivalent of around 63 per household.

Many people said green triangles were their favorite


Many people said green triangles were their favoriteCredit: Alamy

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