It comes after the brand let shoppers return unwanted Bounty’s last year.
However, the food maker said it was yet to decide whether the treats would be banished for good.
Because while a survey for the firm found many people leave the coconut creation languishing at the bottom of the tub, for 18 per cent it is still their treat of choice.
Big tubs of Quality Street, Roses, Celebrations and Heroes start appearing on supermarket shelves in the run-up to Christmas, with sales usually soaring during the festive season.
But cost-of-living concerns could see customers striking some treats off their shopping lists.