I see that there has been a reduction in the size of Mars bars from 58g to 51g whilst Snickers have been reduced from 58g to 48gr whilst no reduction in price has accompanied this.
No doubt that this is due to the good nature of the producers who want us to think that we are buying the same product but in fact are taking in fewer calories, there in the case of Mars from the current 260 to 229 and Snickers from 280 to 245. Apparently the producers want to limit the size of their chocolates to 250 calories. Perhaps if they were serious they could increase the size of their other products to this limit without increasing the price of course!
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