After nearly 40 years, the beloved Choco Taco has been discontinued Klondike confirmed that the Choco Taco — ice cream shaped like hard-shell tortillas, had to go after the company saw a huge spike in demand for its other sweets.

After nearly 40 years, the beloved Choco Taco has been discontinued

After nearly 40 years, the beloved Choco Taco has been discontinued

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Klondike confirmed that the Choco Taco — ice cream shaped like hard-shell tortillas, had to go after the company saw a huge spike in demand for its other sweets.

A MARTINEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A Martinez. We're all screaming for ice cream today - ice cream shaped like hard-shell tortillas. The Choco Taco has been discontinued. Klondike confirmed the beloved treat had to go after it saw a huge spike in demand for its other sweets. But there's still some hope. Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian offered to purchase the rights to Choco Taco and keep it from melting away from future generations' childhoods. If he also revives the Cool-A-Coo, Los Angeles would be forever grateful. It's MORNING EDITION.

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