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The end of M&Ms McFlurries? Mars considers pulling candies from fast food chains

One of the world's largest candy makers is reportedly concerned that fast food desserts featuring some of its most iconic sweets--like M&Ms and Snickers--are just too sugary.

Mars, which stopped making king-sized chocolate bars in 2013 in an effort to promote moderate consumption of sweets, is now considering ending its partnerships with restaurants like McDonald's, Burger King and Dairy Queen because a single serving of many of the fast food desserts that feature its candy exceed the government's recommendations for the daily the amount of sugar anyone should eat in a day, reports Reuters.

Though the company declined to provide any details on the discussions, a company rep told Reuters: "We are now working alongside our suppliers and customers to bring this commitment to life."

If Mars were to stop supplying candies to various chains, Burger King would have to stop making its Snickers pie, Dairy Queen's Blizzard would no longer have branded candies and McDonald's wouldn't be able to use M&Ms in its McFlurries. Eliminating the candy-shell coated chocolates from a large McFlurry would cut about 7.5 teaspoons of sugar . A source told Reuters that several "recipe reformulations" were in the works with Mars' partners. But McFlurry lovers are already up in arms over the rumored changes.

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