New Reese's Peanut Butter Cup & # 39; Thins & # 39; is much smaller than the original
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By Erica Chayes Wida
Hershey has released many twists on her classic Reeses Peanut Butter Cup in In recent years, and usually the fans are quite excited about the new candies.
The latest, soon released chocolaty treatment is already sparkling candy in the wrong way.
Peanut buttercup is known for its sweet and salty taste profile, with tagline "There's no wrong way to eat a Reese." But according to many people, it's a wrong way to eat a Reese on … and that's if it's very thin.
25. October, under a quarterly earnings figure, Hershey announced to investors that the company will debut a new product in March 201[ads1]9: Reese's Thins. The new cups become 40 percent thinner than usual cups and come in both milk and dark chocolate. The goal is to appeal to people who want to enjoy their favorite sweet with a little more permission, "said Hershey North America's president Michele Buck on the conversation.
Reese enthusiasts are typically excited about any new product with their favorite nutty flavor combo. Reese's Outrageous Bar , which hit the shelves in May, has creamy peanut butter, surrounded by caramel and crunchy Reese Pieces Candy, was a long-awaited item.
And when Reese's Pieces-Full Peanut Butterpots first made waves, people  Reese presents a new Reese Piece-filled Peanut Buttercup “/>
But all those candy The cups and bars had added value in their extra ingredients. Although regular cups continued Will be available (do not worry, die-hards), many consumers are not heated to the idea of a skinnier treat.
Some feel that the news is so terrible that it can lead to an apocalypse.
Others just cry to heaven for mercy (and perhaps a full size peanut buttercup).
"Nobody asked for this," wrote a person.
Here's a word of advice to Reeses fans who are good enough to mention their children for candy: Change can be difficult, but you'll get it through.
If you come in the spring, you get caught in a candy apocalypse of skinnier cups in the chocolate bar, just take a deep breath and go in for the original. Or maybe (just maybe!) A thinner cup will still pack as much of a peanut butter-y-punch as the original.
It's not like the new Reese's Peanut Butter Cup will miss its peanut butter. Now would really be something to complain about.