Cadbury's in General Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury's Food
Newest Review: ... their workers had decent homes to live in and green places to enjoy even though Birmingham is such a big city. Now things are completely different. The factory is still in Bournville and I won't go on about Kraft any more but even driving past doesn't seem the same any more even though Kraft have been quite tactful and not changed any of the Cadbury signs yet. They went from selling cocoa to actually making chocolate... and the rest is history! Snap back to 2010 and Cadburys have their name on soooooo many things, their range of chocolate bars is MASSIVE and they are quite good at trying out new products. The most recent chocolate ... more
Customer Cadbury's in General Reviews (43)
by - written on 16/04/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I live not far from the birthplace of Cadburys in Bournville, I drive past it most days and have been to Cadbury World a LOAD of times. It's a sad thing that Kraft have taken it over, I know it looks like there are loads of new Cadburys products in the shops at the minute but they would have been from when Cadburys were still Cadburys and I don't reckon we'll get many new delish goodies now the Americans have got their hands on it! Cadburys as a company started off in 1824 and was a little shop in town that sold tea, coffee and cocoa...... only to rich people though because the plebs like us couldn't have afforded stuff like that back then! lol They ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/10, updated on 18/10/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
The Cadbury's Story: In 1824 the first ever Cadbury shop was opened by John Cadbury in Bull Street, Birmingham. It started off selling tea, coffee, cocoa and drinking chocolate. In 1866 after buying a new cocoa press from a Dutch manufacturer, the Cadbury Brothers launched a new product with no added starch. In 1905 Cadbury dairy milk was launched in a bid to rival swiss products and take advantage of new technology. In 1948, the fudge bar was launched. Still popular today the fudge bar became most famous for it's advertising jingle 'A finger of fudge is just enough...' In 1981 the Wispa bar was launched. After a prominent TV advertising campaigne the Wispa bar ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Founded in 1824 and originally selling hot chocolate, tea and coffee, Cadbury's has become a British institution we all know and love for its chocolate, and is one of the few companies that continues to get better and more in-tune with its customers as it ages. Unfortunately, having sold over 72% of its shares to Kraft, Cadbury's can't really be considered that British any more. It remains to be seen whether Kraft will change anything, but I'm sure I won't be the only angry one if they change recipes or pull them apart to re-market for the US. Cadbury's as a company is currently worth around £5 billion, and it's not surprising when it's a lot of people's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
There are biscuits, chocolates and even cakes all available from the Cadbury brand. For many years I have been buying chocolates from Cadbury and always find them to have the most delicious chocolate available!They have so much to choose from including the likes of Flake and Twirl two of the best chocolates I have tasted in my time eating Cadbury make chocolates. All their chocolate's are mostly delicious but there is the similar taste to all of them chocolates there about them. You can just feel that same chocolate taste being there about the chocolates. When you eat Flake and Twirl you can easily tell the similar taste between the two. They make some of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Cadburys dairy milk Unless you have been living on Mars you will have heard of Cadburys Dairy Milk, but just in case here are a few more details, along with my thoughts on the product Package Cadburys are always updating the packaging to keep their products looking modern, but always keeping the main characteristics so they are easy to recognise. Currently the background colour is an enticing purple, with the dairy milk logo written in large letters with the easily recognisable symbol of the milk being poured in the letters. There is also a picture of a delicious piece of dairy milk that you just want to pick off the packet and ... Read the complete review
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