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Cadbury's Roses to shrink the tub again... for the fourth time in just four years

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Cadbury owner Kraft Foods beat analyst expectations for the third quarter as profits rose 22 per cent

Cadbury owner Kraft Foods beat analyst expectations for the third quarter as profits rose 22 per cent

Cadbury owner Kraft Foods beat analyst expectations for the third quarter as profits rose 22 per cent

It's not your imagination, the tin of Roses has shrunk yet again.

Cadbury's Roses are being shrunk for the fourth time in just four years.

Now is your last chance to stock up, as from tomorrow onwards the circular tub of chocolates will be 24g lighter, The Telegraph reports.

American brand Kraft made the decision to shrink the tubs from 753g to 729g, but the price will remain the same.

Just five years ago, in 2010, the tin weighed 975g.

The famed chocolates were first created in 1938.

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