This step is too far for hardcore emoticons. The first Fairy Liquid replaced its squeeze white bottle ( Perfect water gun replacement) There is a sleek but less interesting transparent container. Smarties then changed its tubular packaging to modern but absurd- The grandiose \"hexatube \". Now, the manufacturer of the Sherbet fountain is handing out sweet\'s signature paper packaging. Orange snack in Blackpool The manufacturer of the Sherbet fountain is abandoning the cardboard tube with a carbonated mixture and a licorice straw and switching to a re-sealable plastic pipe that they think will be more hygienic. This change means that when children try to solve how to suck ice cream through constant attempts, they will no longer have good memories of wrestling with damp paper packsuseless straw. Fans and nostalgic people say they are mourning another iconic dessert brand. In a letter sent to suppliers seen by The Independent, Tangerine explained that they decided to redesign the package because \"consumers want a more hygienic package and can also re-seal it \". They start shipping sweet wine in new packaging next month. The manufacturer adjusted the ingredients slightly, replaced any artificial color and flavor with natural colors and flavors, and made the famous dipping sweet halal food. Michael Parker in charge of AQuarterOfco. The UK is an online store that specializes in storing and selling yesterday\'s candy, and he says he is overwhelmed by emails from customers who don\'t want to see a change in packaging. \"The response is amazing,\" Blackburn- The entrepreneur said. \"I believe oranges have good reasons to change the packaging, but people are passionate about their candy and often don\'t react too positively when the packaging changes. Maybe it\'s because we like to rediscover our childhood through candy, but when it comes to candy, people will miss it. Parker questioned whether health was really worrying. \"In the last 70 years, no one has died because of eating the Sherbet fountain from paper containers, so you have to question whether it is really necessary to change to plastic. \"The change in packaging is a gamble for Chen Pi, who last year bought the Snow Treasure fountain from Cadbury for £ 58. The company produces sweets, including refreshing and buttery popcorn, but Sherbet Fountain, which was launched in 1925, is one of their core products. Historically, when manufacturers modernize the packaging of candy products, the consumer\'s response is negative, although sales often pick up again. AQuarterOf a customer. co. The UK responded to a survey on whether they approved the redesign, saying: \"Don\'t worry about my favorite candy! The best thing about Xuebao fountain is their 1970. ness ( I\'m sure it\'s a real word) And a little bit of fresh licorice. Not to mention paper and cardboard tubes. Why can\'t things be fixed? \"Only the respondents were in favor of replacing cardboard tubes with plastic pipes. Stephen Joseph, chairman of Tangerine, said he wanted customers to realize that the new design was very similar to the old one. \"I know it sounds a bit weak to say that we changed the packaging for hygiene reasons, but it does need to be done. The new design makes the fruit Dew fresher, meaning that the licorice stick no longer sticks out from the top. I hope people don\'t mind too much, we have tried to redesign the new package to make it look as old as possible. Meanwhile, Mr Parker is busy storing as many old cases as possible The old-fashioned Sherby fountain he could find. Bittersweet: the famous green and golden syrup tin, renamed iconsgold SyrupTate and Lyle, has become a plastic bottle. It may be more practical, but it lacks the nostalgic element of a tin can, which is undoubtedly one of the cornerstones of the British Empire. Faced with Cadbury\'s weak sales and fierce competition, Kit KatFaced abandoned Kit Kat\'s famous thin foil packaging in 2001 and launched a stronger plastic wrap. Three years later, it got rid of the same famous \"take a break \". . . There\'s a slogan for Kit Kat. Nestle rebranding. On 2005, the company announced that Smarties would be placed in a \"hexatube\"-a dual marketing approach Turn nostalgia into words of anger. The old circular tube and plastic cap made a pleasant pop-up during the squeeze, and now it\'s gone.