False Advertising and Labeling
I wrote a lengthy review last night, but in my tiredness, apparently erased it accidentally. Here goes again.
We have been seeing the ads for the new pretzel M&M, where "a giant pretzel is put inside an M&M." We bought a bag, and not only were we sadly disappointed, I ended up with a chip off a tooth in my dentures. The ads show a standard-shaped pretzel, and the bag shows a cartoon of an x-ray, clearly showing a standard pretzel inside the M&M candy. What you actually get, however, is a very hard pretzel ball, about a 1/16th inch layer of chocolate and the candy shell. Not being prepared, I bit into a piece of the candy, and heard and felt a strange crunching sound. I retrieved the contents of my mouth, and sicovered the candy, roughly broken in half, and a small chunk of white plastic. I probed with my tongue and found a rough spot, which upon further investigation turned out to be a piece of my denture. As a candy, the new M&M candy makes an excellent slingshot ammo, but fails as a treat.