Yes. Why do you think I'm here?
If there's any chocolate, I want mine.
Unless it's that EU chocolate, where you have to give them 4 bars for every one you get back. And they tell you when you can eat it, where you can eat it, and how to eat it. . .
For 30p, you can get a bar of Ms. Molly's chocolate from tesco, about the same size as the bar I got from PN last year, not as good as the PN chocolate, but better than nowt...
Though does make me wonder if they'll be price-gouging on that seeing as Ms. Molly's chocolate is made in France...
You will have to pay the tariffs that the Brexiters desperately want.
Of course, there are no tariffs for home grown chocolate.
Did someone just shoot themselves in the foot?
"In The Beginning Was The Word, And The Word Was Aardvark."
For 30p, you can get a bar of Ms. Molly's chocolate from tesco ...
Thanks for the tip, if I remember when I'm next in Tesco I'll give that a go.
30p for 100g works out at well under half the price of the Aldi stuff I normally buy which has crept up to £1.49 for a 200g bar.
Now I can either get fat for half the price or twice as quick!
Some years ago the EU busybodies in Brussels did complain that our chocolate contained too much vegetable fat, but a blind tasting among young people on the streets of Brussels found that most of them preferred our Mars bars.
I do find a lot of UK made chocolate is a bit on the sugar, fat & brown colouring side, given that over the years they've cut back so much on cocoa content and all, owing to "cost" (aka, "profit"), yet the makers of that cheap stuff at tesco (bearing in mind it used to be their Everyday Value range before making up brands to make themselves look wholesome and not cheapo) tastes more chocolatey than say Dairy Milk or Galaxy...