BEAST: Heather has launched a campaign to reduce food waste on Victoria Embankment in London

Weighing 40kg, the 22kg tin is missing from the packaging.

It appears to be slightly more than the ‘traditional’ Lindt chocolate balls but not quite the standard Morrisone where there’s no wrapping or ground sugar.

The 24-year-old said: “I’m a bit annoyed when I find a tin of chocolate, but it’s so small I wouldn’t know if it went through my fingers.

“Some of the best things in life are wrapped.

“I will literally just throw them out and not be tempted.”

She added: “The ring is just not chocolaty enough.”

The campaign was triggered by Heather’s disgust when she spotted a package of 11 a minute Lindt balls hidden inside a shopping trolley.

But the 30-year-old claimed her worst fear was she would have no idea that the rotting chocolate was sitting in her basket.

She said: “Most of the balls had been thrown out after lunch so I didn’t get them all.

“A lot of the balls had been burnt.”

A spokeswoman for the firm said: “Our long-standing relationships with staff allow us to ensure our products are being used effectively and efficiently.

“We are grateful to Heather for taking this extraordinary step and we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience.”

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