B&M shoppers heartbroken as favourite chocolate melted on shelves in heatwave

Brits have been left heartbroken after spotting shelves of their beloved Cadbury's chocolate snacks melting on the shelves in B&M as temperatures are set to climb.

Chocolate lover Alice Nadia took to TikTok after visiting a B&M store in Featherstone near Wakefield, West Yorkshire after spotting shelves of chocolate bars and snack bags smushed and wilted in the heat on July 16.

The video, which has gained more than 88,000 likes, featured the trending 'oh no' sound and was captioned: "All the chocolate has melted in B&M."

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In the comments, Alice added: "This is B&M Featherstone near Wakefield. I’ve been to many hot B&M’s in summer but this was by far the worst!"

Sweet-toothed fans took to the comments to share their despair at the poor sight of their favourite snacks.

One user wrote: "Chocolates are sleeping."

Another added: "This is why chocolate should be in the fridge."

A third said: "NOT THE DREAM BARS."

A fourth commented: "I was in my B&M last week was like a sauna had to get out was beyond a joke dunno how staff survive their shift."

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The sight comes after the Met Office has, for the first time in its 168-year history, issued a red alert warning for extreme heat as coming few days are expected.

Soaring temperatures are expected to present a risk to even healthy people, and the record-breaking heatwave is “a national emergency”.

With temperatures reaching a record 40ºC in some areas of the UK on Monday, there could be a risk of “serious illness or danger to life” and there will be “widespread impacts on people and infrastructure”.

B&M stores have been contacted for a comment about how they are handling the heat.


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