While Starbucks is currently adding more sweet treats to their menu and Dunkin鈥 Donuts is making it easier for you to order your sugar fix, some other iconic desserts may soon be disappearing. If your fave summer treats include McDonald鈥檚 McFlurries or Dairy Queen鈥檚 Blizzard, then you may want to fill up on the M&Ms variety, as they soon may be cut聽from the menu.


According to a report from NBC, Mars 鈥 who are the makers of M&Ms, Twix, Snickers and Milky Way 鈥 are聽considering nixing their supply agreement with restaurants like McDonald鈥檚, Dairy Queen and Burger King. Although Mars themselves are candy makers, they feel like the chains鈥 treats are just TOO sugary.

So how much is too much? Well, the 12-ounce M&M McFlurry contains 89 grams of sugar, which Mars feels is just too high of a number, as it alone exceeds the amount the US government suggests an adult should eat in an entire day. Oof.


While McDonald鈥檚 and Burger King have yet to comment and others may be left shaking their heads as to why a candy company can be sugar-blocking peeps, you may want to grab an M&M McFlurry before it鈥檚 too late.

Do you think M&M McFlurries are just too sugary, or would you prefer they stay on the menu? Tweet us @BritandCo!

(h/t Mic, photos via McDonald鈥檚)