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New Quality Street Chocolate is the First for 85 Years

The words 'Quality Street' don't often come up in conversation in February, but it seems Nestlé would like to remind us it exists now that the Christmas season has well and truly passed. Read More >>

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Forget Battered Mars Bars – Battered Quality Street are the Future

Here in 2019, we don't bother frying whole chocolate bars anymore – well not at Poppies fish 'n' chip shop in Camden at least. Read More >>

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John Lewis is Bringing Back the Custom Quality Street Tins for Christmas

If you love paying through the nose for chocolate that is barely breaking into the realms of average, then forking out over a tenner for a tin of choose-your-own Quality Street is just the thing for you. Read More >>

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Quality Street Has Good News for Your Teeth

More stress and upheaval is about to enter our lives thanks to Nestle, which is reformulating the box content of its Quality Street perennial gifting treat. As if we haven't got enough to be worried about. In short, the sweet known as "Toffee Deluxe," or the really hard one that routinely destroys the expensive dentistry of the elderly consumer typically over Christmas when all the dentists are closed, has gone. Read More >>

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You May Now Buy an Entire Quality Street Tin Full of Only Coconut Eclairs

OK, look, the reason this is on a so-called tech site is because we seem to be able to write about anything that's vaguely interesting now, and good god, the idea of a Quality Street tin full of only one type of sweet is the most exciting and interesting innovation in home chocolate consumption since the invention of Vice Versas. Read More >>

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Quality Street’s Latest Publicity Stunt is to Bring Back the Toffee Deluxe

Last year Nestlé caused outrage when it announced that the Toffee Deluxe sweet would be removed from Quality Street tubs in favour of a new Honeycomb Crunch. Something to do with the brand's 80th birthday, and totally wasn't to generate publicity from all the people moaning about it. A year on and Nestlé has reversed course and reinstated Toffee Deluxe in another obvious publicity stunt. Read More >>