Kids of the ’00s will fondly remember the Cadbury Snow Flake (or Flake Snow, depending on your preference).
A crumbly white chocolate flake, coated in a layer of milk chocolate, giving chocoholics the best of both worlds.
It was by far one of the chocolate giant’s greatest snacks.
But in 2008 Cadbury made the decision to discontinue Snow Flakes and it turns out people are still mad.
Over 4,000 people have signed a petition to bring the chocolate bar back.
Set up by John Malogony, the petition on change.org is calling for Cadbury to re-release the old favourite.
It says: "In 2008 Cadbury broke hearts by discontinuing the Snow Flake. The bizarre decision still baffles people to this day and it needs to be rectified.
"Say it with me now: BRING. IT. BACK! BRING. IT. BACK!"
Those signing the petition were equally as passionate about it as John.
Tom Hughes commented: "I’m signing because the Snow Flake should have never disappeared in the first place, I remember when I realised they weren’t being sold anymore. I couldn’t leave my house, I was scared, disorientated and paranoid.
"The snowflake may not seem like a big deal to all you big people in your big houses and big offices but down here in the only average/slightly above average sized houses/offices areas of England it does ok, and I’m not just going to stand here and not do anything about it ok!?"
Snow Flakes were first introduced in stores in August 2000 and they were pulled from shelves around the same time as the white chocolate Cadbury Dream bar.
However earlier this year it was announced that Dream bars would be making a comeback this summer – with a twist.
The bars were re-imagined in ice-cream form as the Cadbury Dream Stick.
Sold in a pack of three, the 100ml sweet treat is comprised of vanilla ice cream coated in Dream white chocolate.
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