The Unilever company that owns many of your favorite brands, including Klondike, has announced that they are retiring the Choco Taco!
The Choco Taco was invented in Philadelphia in the early '80s by a man named Alan Drazen. It was first available in ice cream trucks and convenience stores in 1984, and it debuted in supermarkets in 1996.
Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian Tweeted that he'd like to purchase the Choco Taco from Unilever, to "keep it from melting away from future generations' childhoods." So the Choco Taco may not be dead for good.
You can check out a quick video talking about the Choco Taco and how it came to be below! Oh...and he sings the Choco Taco theme song (yes, there's one of those).