There is panic over whether this chocolate can be sold outside the EU

Joe Vesey-Byrne
Friday 24 June 2016 15:00

Today more than other day in recent times, Twitter is hemorrhaging panicky news (for good reason, we might add.)

One of the most potent fears to be produced by the reality of Brexit concerns a type of chocolate becoming unavailable in the UK.

Now we have your attention.

Presumably Leave campaigners knew about this, and had accepted the consequences as a price worth paying for sovereignty.

It seems not everyone would agree.

The panic has already created a black market akin to bananas during World War Two:

Thankfully, this is untrue.

Some of the rumblings of this delicious storm were noticed ahead of Thursday's vote, and Mars has reportedly confirmed that Magic Stars will continue to be available in the UK.

We hope that's some small consolation.

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