NEW Quality Street customers took to social media to complain after multiple tins of sweets were severely lacking in their favourite flavours. A spokeswoman apologised to upset chocolate lovers and blamed a problem at Nestle's factory for the shortfall, reported The Sun. She said: 'There is no change to the overall weight of our tubs, tins and cartons.' The brownie replaced the Toffee Deluxe last year but one father, Matthew Tindle, said his box of the chocolates didn't have any in it. He wrote: 'I've just emptied a box on the table for the kids to choose what they'd like. Where are the Chocolate Caramel Brownies?! My eight-year-old son is devastated. Explain yourselves.' Mental health nurse Summer Wight said her colleagues at Yorkshire Ambulance Service HQ were left without any brownies at all.