Perhaps you could have run a competition asking Australians for a new name? Nestle appears to have accidentally renamed its Redskin lollies after a notorious serial killer. Many believed the names should have never been changed. I’m sure the could have come up with names better than these,’ one posted. The intention to change the names of the popular sweets was announced on June 20, with Nestle vowing to “move quickly” on the issue. ‘This decision acknowledges the need to ensure that nothing we do marginalises our friends, neighbours and colleagues,’ the company said in a statement. The word “Redskins” has previously been used as a derogatory term for Native Americans, while Chico, which in lolly form is a brown, chocolate-flavoured jelly baby, is a Spanish word that means boy or kid. Washington Warriors: A known favorite alternative for … Nestlé renames lollies to remove racial slurs, Five new cases, 4000 quarantined over Adelaide COVID outbreak, Eddie McGuire slammed as 'pathetic' after Collingwood disaster, Woman found floating face down at popular NSW beach, Cornersmith’s Pineapple cake and homemade Hot Sauce recipe using everything in your fridge, 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe pricing and specs detailed, Time running out to get your Christmas presents delivered with Australia Post, Australia's COVID vaccine rollout blueprint revealed. Allen’s Lollies insists the the flavour of both classic lollies will remained unchanged. ‘This decision acknowledges the need to keep creating smiles, ensuring that nothing we do marginalises our friends, neighbours and colleagues, or is out of step with our values. Nestle announced its intention to rebrand Redskins and Chicos back in June.