People are 'highly distressed' because they can't find Cadbury's Orange Twirl

If you were as excited as we were about the Cadbury Twirl Orange release, brace yourself.

The limited-edition product has only been on shelves since 23 September and it already seems to be sold out in certain areas.

The orange chocolate-y goodness only costs 65p per two-finger pack, so we’re not all that surprised that they’re hard to find, but some disappointed shoppers claim it isn’t just hard to find – but nowhere to be seen.

Many have taken to social media to express their frustration and to demand answers.

However, it does exist and some lucky shoppers have managed to find the product which, apparently, is absolutely scrumptious.

One shopper even begged Cadbury to keep it on as a permanent addition and tweeted: ‘Just tried one of these beauties! Please keep them PERMANENTLY! They are better than Terrys Chocolate Orange.’

‘They are quite delicious. Yummers!,’ tweeted someone else.

People are so desperate to try it, some are even signing up to a waiting list at a local corner shop that is waiting on more deliveries.

Meanwhile, others are seizing the opportunity to profit from their good fortune.

One man jokingly suggested that he’d been told the product is ‘like gold dust’ and he’s willing to sell his bar for £50,000.

With stocks low and people rushing to the stores to get theirs, it could always be a good back-up plan, right?

‘The reaction to the launch of Cadbury Twirl Orange has been incredible and the product is in very high demand,’  a Cadbury spokesperson told The Sun.

‘The limited edition bars have been available from September 23 in selected convenience stores across the country and will also be available in Co-op, Morrisons and Spar nationwide from next week while stocks last.’

We’ve contacted Cadbury for a comment (and to find out where we can all score some more gold dust).

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