The iconic Choco Taco is gone. Maybe.

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Klondike Choco Taco bars have been a mainstay on treat trucks and in supermarket freezer cases for nearly 40 years.

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The Choco Taco is only the latest casualty in the past two years as huge food firms changed their product lines due to inflation and supply problems.

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"Rustic table with lemon granita. Granita, Slushy."

On a rustic wooden table, a lemon granita slushy is presented. Italian Granita dessert, summer Slushie.

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The Choco Taco was popular because all of its portions could be eaten in one bite, unlike the Good Humor Drumstick.

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Some Twitter mourners hadn't had Choco Tacos since childhood. Chris Murphy said he'll "invoke the Defense Production Act to demand Choco Tacos."

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Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian offered to buy the Choco Taco from Unilever "to keep it in future generations' childhoods."

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Denny's, Applebee's, Ihop, McDonald's, and Taco Bell simplified their menus during the epidemic to maintain profit margins amid growing supply and labor expenses.

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A Klondike spokeswoman remarked in an email that the company has had a continual turnover of products: last year, the Klondike Donut was replaced with shakes and cones.

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The Klondike Donut didn't have the fame of the Choco Taco, which prompted tales and high-end imitations from chefs like Dominique Ansel, the cronut inventor.

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