Study re-opens Quality Street Vs Roses debate

A medical study carried out at Bedford Hospital has found it takes just twelve minutes for the average box of chocolates to be opened on a general ward. But does a box of Roses get eaten more quickly than a box of Quality Street?

Hospital choc trials

Bedford Hospital

Trials carried out at Bedford Hospital has found it takes just 12 minutes for the average box of chocolates to be opened on a general ward and the average chocolate survives for 51 minutes.

A packet of Roses gets eaten more quickly than a box of Quality Street. The light hearted study has been published in the British Medical Journal.