Speaking with 7Life, Nestlé Head of Marketing Confectionary Melanie Chen confirmed the fate of the sweet treat trio.
"We have temporarily paused our individual bags of Allen's Red Ripperz Sticks, Sherbies, and Milkos as we move production to our new location in Broadford," the statement read.
"We are working hard to bring these back to shelves in their own bags as soon as possible."
Nestlé is of course the parent company of Allen's Lollies.
Taking to their socials to address the speculation, Allen's Lollies reconfirmed that the lollies were just experiencing a "temporary pause in production."
"Recently, we moved production of these chews back to Australia to the home of Allen's in Broadford, Victoria."
"The move has taken a little longer than expected but rest assured, we are working hard to bring them back to shelves in their own bags as soon as possible."
"We'll keep you in the loop and let you know the moment they're back on shelves."
Though the news is undoubtedly sad, there is a positive to be found in the update!
According to Nestlé, Red Ripperz, Sherbies, and Milkos can still be found (and purchased) in bags of Allen's Chew Mix, they just won't be available to purchase in individual bags for the forseable future.