FANS of a popular grocery store have started a petition to see its return after it was pulled from the shelves.
Good Humor was said to have made the “worst decision you’ve ever made” after dropping their Toasted Almond Bar.
A fan of the bars tweeted the company asking where they placed the bars.
The brand replied: “Unfortunately, Good Humor Toasted Almond Bars have been discontinued.
“We apologize to our customers who may be disappointed by this news, but we are pleased to continue to offer our customers a wide range of treats available in stores and ice cream trucks.”
In the announcement, Twitter users demanded an answer as to “why” they hired the fan favorite.
One said: “Please bring her back!!! This was the favorite flavor of many!
“I grew up with this with my dad, we need her back!!”
Another said: “I think this is possibly the worst decision you’ve ever made.
“Please bring them back and I promise it’s worth the investment on its own.
“If not, then I can guarantee you that your business will continue to decline sharply from this point forward. No pressure.”
The company replied: “We are constantly updating our portfolio.
“An unfortunate part of this is that we sometimes have to discontinue products to ensure we can offer our customers the best selection of goodies.
“We apologize for any disappointment and let our team know you want her back!”
Fans of the bars shouldn’t lose hope just yet after superfan Tammy Regan started a change.org petition to bring them back.
Regan accused the brand of making a “bad decision” by claiming the bars were less popular across the country, although “many have said this has helped sustain that notion due to the lack of stock.”
She added that the flavor is a popular favorite even with her 91-year-old mother.
“I hope that with enough signatures, Good Humor will see how popular their Toasted Almond bar is and bring it back.”
The petition currently has 668 signatures and needs 1,000 to reach more members on the petition website.
Some have even attempted to recreate the ice cream parlors at home.
Rachel Mansfield, a food blogger, made the treats gluten-free, vegan, and with just three ingredients.
Her recipe turns the “childhood favourite” into a healthier version.
All you need is a pint of vanilla ice cream, raw almonds and coconut sugar, and some fat to grease the pan.
https://www.the-sun.com/money/7612774/grocery-store-treat-disappears-customers-launch-petition/ The grocery store favorite is disappearing from the shelves as desperate customers start a petition to bring the treat back