As a devoted (addicted?) consumer of Cadburys chocolate I was dismayed when it was sold to an overseas concern in 2010. There were promises that the brand's unique chocolate recipe would not be tampered with, but in no time the business had been sold on to another, less ethical company and, what have they done?
Their first, and most infamous transgression was to the hallowed Cadburys Crème Egg, one of the nation's favourite chocolate treats.
It's not only the eggs that have been tampered with, but the chocolate bars have had a makeover, too. Cadburys can no longer boast "a glass and a half" of dairy milk in their chocolate bars, as 'real' milk has been jettisoned in favour of a milk equivalent of sorts and cocoa solids.
As if that isn't bad enough, have you noticed recently that many Cadburys chocolate bars, including my favourite fruit and nut, have become 'rounded'? Where have all the corners gone? Could it perhaps have something to do with the fact that the pack has also shrunk by 4 grams while the cost has gone up?
However, I am pleased to say that I am not the only person who boycotts Cadburys products now. I was in the supermarket a couple of months ago when I heard a mother telling her daughter that she couldn't have a Cadbury's chocolate because they had changed the ingredients. A bit rough on the poor little girl who was too young to appreciate the ways of consumer power, but at least her mum was an ethical shopper!
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 expanded very quickly and eventually built their own factory on Bournville, not only that but the founder Cadbury family built most of the houses in Bournville to make sure 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 bar they're brought out is the Bar Of Plenty range, this is Dairy Milk chocolate with unusual ingredients in the chocolate. The cashew nut one is delish and tastes like a mega posh version of a Whole Nut, I don't rate the berries one but I'm not mad keen on strawberries and chocolate anyway so that's not really the chocolates fault. There is a toffee apple one but I can't decide if I like that or not because it feels a bit too much like a Fruit And Nut to me with the bits of chewy apple.
Talking of Dairy Milk, that's the Cadburys main chocolate and loads of their bars are made out of Dairy Milk. A couple of years ago they changed the names of some of their bars to make it into one big Dairy Milk With..... range, so it's actually supposed to be Dairy Milk With Caramel or Dairy Milk With Turkish but I don't think anyone will ever be using the new names! lol They brought a wicked bar out called Dairy Milk Bubbly, I haven't seen this for a bit so I don't know if Cadburys have stopped making it but it was one of the yummiest bars of chocolate ever.
If the Cadburys chocolate bar doesn't say Dairy Milk then don't stress because it will still be gorgeously sweet creamy chocolate, all Cadburys tastes a lot like Dairy Milk anyway and whatever bar you pick up will be made of the best quality chocolate. A lot of people say Cadburys is too sweet but I think it's perfect and would rather have 1 piece of Dairy Milk than a whole Nestle bar!
As well as chocolate bars Cadburys also make biscuits, cookies, cakes, chilled chocolate desserts, milkshakes, hot chocolate powder and all sorts! I won't give you a describtion of all of them because that would get a bit boring but the hot chocolate and toffee sponges are delish and so are the new Turkish Delight Biscuits that have only been out for a few weeks. The hot chocolate is delish but gets a bit overpowering because it's madly sweet, the Triple Choc Cadburys Cookies are to die for and I love them so much I've had to stop buying them because I was scoffing a pack a day at one time.
Recommended..... apart from Kraft!
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 became an iconic 1980s product.
The History Of Chocolate:
Cocoa trees grew wild in the jungle, and they used them to make a spicy, rather bitter drink for special occasions. Centuries later the Aztec Empire fell, and the Conquistador Hernan Cortés brought cocoa beans back across the ocean to Spain. Gradually chocolate spread across Europe - it was the fashionable choice of Kings and Queens, the nobility and the rich, just like caviar or champagne today. At the end of the 19th Century milk was added, and at last someone devised a way of making chocolate to eat as well as to drink. But it wasn't until the 20th century that chocolate became affordable for everyone. So chocolate has been on an epic journey, but its popularity is enduring: prized once by Aztec warriors and today by millions of people around the world.
Packaging of Cadbury's:
The plain Cadbury's chocolate bars are normally covered in a dark purple wrapping with the name Cadbury's written bold in white over the front in a swirly writing. The Cadbury logo is like two glasses tipped on there side with milk being poured out of them. The nutritional information is on the back of the wrapping.
In every 100g of the chocolate there is:
12.0g of fat
8.0g of saturated fat
3.0g of protien
There is nothing about chocolate that is going to make it anything near to healthy, but it's a good treat to have!
The average price for a 230g bar of Cadbury's chocolate is around £1.50 although many places do have offers on regulary. I think the price is pretty reasonable for the delicious creamy taste of the BEST chocolate around (in my opinion!)
Where To Buy:
Pretty much every supermarket in the UK sells the delicious Cadbury's chocolate. If you live nearby a small corner shop or something similar, they will probably sell it too.
The taste is amazing. After trying the first square, you cannot resist the temptation of eating more and more. Suddenly the whole bar has disappeared! It has a quite creamy taste, but not so creamy that it is sickly as that would be horrible (kind of obvious but you know)! Cadbury don't just sell plain chocolate bars, they sell a range of others such as:
-Double chocolate (gooey chocolate sauce running through the middle)
-Fruit and nut
And probably many more different types.
Other Things Cadbury Have Made:
Cadbury have made lots of different things other than just the original chocolate bars. There's the creme egg with a tasty centre (if you eat too much gets quite sickly). They sell cakes, buscuits, drinks, ice creams, deserts, and eclairs. Then last of all there are the selection boxes: heroes, roses and milk tray - all of which I could sit and eat a whole box to myself as they are gorgeous!
Thanks for reading my review!:)
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 preferred brand of chocolate. Dairy Milk is probably the most well-known with its regal wrapper and lovely creamy taste. Many people have grown up with Cadbury's chocolate buttons, and I remember going to the chocolate shop at the weekend, which was always a treat as you could get 4 or 5 bars of Cadbury's for £1, with Flakes, Crunchies, Curly Wurlys and more on offer, to be put in a crushed paper bag and enjoyed. Obviously they aren't the healthiest choice of snack, but they are very reasonably priced in comparison to their taste.
Cadbury's also does a range of chocolate boxes and assorted mixes, including Roses, Miniature Heroes and Milk Tray. There is also a fantastic website I found through DooYoo called cadburygiftsdirect.co.uk, where I bought my boyfriend a massive 5kg bar of Dairy Milk as a present once (considered to be a six month supply of chocolate for the average person, lasted him about a month - and that's only because it was so thick you had to hit it repeatedly with something heavy to break it up!). I have also been to a Cadbury Factory Outlet, where the tins of chocolate aren't particularly reasonable, but you can pick up giant bags of misshapes for cheap, and if you go out of season they often have great deals (e.g. after Easter I got 11kg of mini eggs for about £10). Cadbury's are also known for the Cadbury Factory in Birmingham, which is a place I've always wanted to go to and will get around to visiting one day soon, since I only live in Nottingham.
I'm sad that such a great British institution has been taken over by the Americans, and I'm worried that they will change a lot of things since they've had to borrow $7 billion to even afford to buy it. Only time will tell, and I hope that Cadbury's will still remain British to us.
It is looking as if the yanks are taking over our world of chocolate, on February 2nd 2010. Depressing how a great British confectionary giant who's helped many of us out of depression, divorce, home repossessions, lack of sex; can up root its family tree and strong Quaker beliefs just for a measly eleven billion. Cadbury the brand is the only romantic luxury the Brits have left, in this doom of depression we've suffered and have yet to endure more of.
Cadbury in my highly experienced view is the brand for chocolate. They 'know' how to make the divine substance. It is a flawless product, just like the Carlsberg, except they really have never had a customer complaints section. In this age of compensation, it is unheard of, this really is an unmarked brand when it comes to controversy; so the yanks are not just getting a lucrative business but a god like saintly angelic feast of corporation folklore that has never been touched by evil deeds of illegalities, too my knowledge.
The founder John Cadbury, who I assume is now swimming in chocolate heaven watching a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory DVD, while smoking Havana's puffing out Cadbury dream clouds; must be having counselling and bottox injections for an emerging frown that is etched on his forehead. A little more than the customary airbrushing on product packaging that has seduced many chocoholics to indulge in a Cadbury orgy. Each chocolate segment labelled Cadbury, reminding us who has sent this chocolate heaven treat, a master stroke in confectionary marketing, labelling every bite which we the British public have embraced with love and affection. Since the 1830's Cadbury has sent Mr and Mrs Joe Public on a hypnotic ride that has sent pulses racing and probably has done more for women sexually than the repulsive 'rabbit'. For a start chocolate is affordable, it isn't discriminate to any social groups. Initially Cadbury's concept was a chocolate drink that warmed the souls of the pillar-boxed teethed Brummy, who had no choice but to venture out in the coldness of Birmingham to work; no heating allowances were available, or any heating credit system to get screwed over. The only methodology of warmth was wearing a thunderous number of layers and Cadbury's hot chocolate drink. And this is where the romance started, in front of an open fire in Birmingham supping hot chocolate.
American's are notoriously inept at making decent tasting chocolate confectionary, in comparison to the fabulous Cadbury products that reside on an avalanche of shelves like illegal immigrants in Calais. It doesn't surprise my grey matter that the American's have made a bid of 11.7 Billion for the empire this month. They've obviously got bored of their own chocolate and want to get obese with heavenly products instead, rather than the trash they indulge at present. The folk over the pond are not stupid when it comes to wanting the best in confectionary chocolate, who can blame their psyche. I've never seen anyone wince or complain when the roof of their pallet is caked in abundance so when they spoke they sounded like a deaf person. I do feel that the corporate giant Kraft who is in the process of buying out Cadbury will try to stop the citizens of American with barbed wire from doing an Augustus Gloop in the chocolate factory. We British are more refined and muted naturally than the large mouth extravagant American; we are the quiet cousins who tolerate the brash thunder thighs that bellow through crowds at Heathrow.
Ultimately the possibilities of losing the 'picnic bar' on lack of sales, is imminent. The revenue is barely worth mentioning, even though it does hit the 1.5 million mark. Trademark chocolate bar 'Dairy Milk' is the mainstay, and even the mushroom brained Americans wouldn't shaft that piece of master engineering of providing the consumer with the perfect slab of heaven, in that most luxurious, silky purple wrapping that winks at me while at the shop counter scratching at scratch cards.
Glass Half Full Productions have made 'Dairy Milk' a mammoth flag ship for Cadbury confectionary; the gorilla on the drums advert is unquestionably compelling and is border-line whether it is animal cruelty. Phil Collins record blasts out throughout the advert and made a few squid for the bald ageing maestro. It was granted the best advert for 2009. The truck one is cleverly done also, without the extra eye catching fizz and mystery. This advert also got recognition for its uniqueness, and simplistic content.
Now the plans have been on the table for the take-over, which have been worked on for the last three months. Kraft have sort after a 7 Billion loan from ailing Royal Bank of Scotland, yes the same RBS that we the UK public bailed out several times in recent months. To say the corporate giant Kraft is sailing on treacherous waters is an understatement, but alas it does have government backing, which isn't a plus point when it comes to the UK's finances. Shareholders in the meantime are being shunted at poor long term rates of shares allotted to them; they've been offered small cash incentives by Kraft to keep them sweet (excuse the pun) Cadbury's market standing is precarious as it so depends on 'our bank RBS UK 70% ownership'; Kraft, and the huge shareholder stakes that's with Cadbury. In a week the shareholders have lost 41 pence for every share owned. The market doesn't look healthy; it could be a total meltdown.
Sadly, it has all taken place over our beloved Cadbury brand which has got through over 170 years of trading, helped the UK win wars, been a supreme ambassador for human comforts and warmth, and still after all these years the shareholders who've built up this wonderful institution have been treated like second class citizens.
Cadbury chief Roger Carr admitted the indecency of Kraft Food's proposal but couldn't say no, he claimed that the trade unions have been in up roar with the subsequent take-over bid; there evidently will be job losses as Kraft take on their own employees to take on key positions across the plantations, meaning Cadbury's deep roots will dug up. New Investors are staying away like the plague, till February the 2nd 2010; and that appears to be the case with Kraft Foods; moving into late January 2010. Sadly, this is the epitome of the free market; no-one is infallible when it comes to shareholders and money giants like Kraft Foods. - Lets hope the shareholders will see the history Cadbury has endured instead of quick fix cash incentives. Remember Cadbury shareholders you've already been duped by the Americans, don't let the UK be answering to the yanks over Cadbury's heavenly chocolate.
Knock the yanks out with a 'Double Decker'.
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 their chocolates taste a little too similar.
Having their special made chocolate a while ago it had such good taste to it! Their special chocolate in boxes are even much tastier to eat of them with some excellent chocolate taste about them! Cadbury do make the best chocolate you can find out there.
They just need to make something a little different though. Something with a different taste that from their usual chocolate. I can name a few chocolate that taste similar in one way and that includes Dairy Milk, Chocolate Buttons just to name a couple. They are though the best for making chocolate but just need something new out there. Their cakes on the other hand are always really yummy!
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
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 eat.
How much and where from
You can pretty much get dairy milk from anywhere and everywhere in the UK. It
costs about £1.50 for a 230g bar which I think is reasonable, but at the moment Tesco has an offer on of 2 bars for £2.50
Unfortunately, the nutritional facts of any chocolate do not reduce no matter how much I wish they will. Chocolate is never going to be good for you, but that almost helps it taste nice because it's such a treat.
In every 100g there are:
8.0g saturated fat
All Cadburys products are also now made with all fair trade chocolate
Lets be honest, Cadburys would not be household name if it wasn't so nice! Britain is full of chocoholics and I blame Cadburys for that, since 19..... they have provided us with the creamy chocolate, you can taste the milk in every delicious cube.
If you fancy something a little different there are many other Cadburys probucts... fruity nut.... Whole nut... caramel, are just a few. Be careful though, if you eat too much it can be a little sickly.
Instructions of use
Most people eat choc on its own accompanied only by a cup of tea. Although I love to use Cadburys chocolate on cakes and buns. Probably the most extravagant way to eat it is in a fondue with marshmellows
I think it's fair to say Cadbury's is somewhat of a British institution. Great tasting chocolate...a pint and a half making it a bar and a half and all that...
No doubt the majority of the population at some point or other has visited the main factory in Bournville, near Birmingham. I went as a child and I have to be brutally honest - I was disappointed. Naturally, health and safety means you're limited to where you can go, and the point when you go around in a car to learn some history is quite cheap, or at least it was when I went which has to be over a decade ago now!
Founded as long ago as 1824 by John Cadbury, it's seen various changes over the years - until 2007 it was Cadburys Schweppes and then they demerged into two separate entities again. Of course, back in September this year, American confectionary giant Kraft Foods made a £10.2 billion takeover bid but it was rejected. The reason? Because the asking price was undervalued!
Everyone has a favourite Cadbury's chocolate bar, and most people's favourite bar out of all chocolate is Cadbury's. From the standard Daily Milk to the Crunchie, Boost, Time Out, Picnic, Fudge, Wispa, Caramel, Fruit n Nut, Flake, Crème Egg...shall I go on? Ok then...Curly Wurly, Daily Milk Buttons, Whole Nut, Double Decker, Snack, Wispa Gold, Mini Eggs, Freddo...and all that's before I've even touched on the Fry's branch or the Bassett's branch, which are owned by Cadbury's!!
Some great chocolate bars included in that list then, and apologies if I've missed a favourite of yours out. Personally the Double Decker is probably my favourite from that list...the Wispa Gold's recent comeback has seen it shoot up my favourites list though!
Looking through the list of Cadbury's chocolate bars, of course the sheer size of the list is commendable, but whats also interesting is the number of bars no longer in production. The Wispa was the big one in recent years until it's successful comeback. But previous generations may remember the Aztec bar as the equivilant of a chocolate bar being gone but not forgotten. Two bars that are missing from our shelves nowadays which should make a comeback are the Fuse bar - a mish-mash of fudge, raisins, crisp cereal and nuts. Released in 1996 it stopped production just ten years later. Another favourite was the basic Spira bar - no fancy fillings, just Daily Milk chocolate in twisted spiral which you could even use as a straw as it was slightly hollowed out. I shall start my petition to bring one or both of them back now!! Who's with me!?
So there you have it - what's your favourite Cadbury's bar? Everyone's got one! If the company does sell out to Kraft Foods, then we've got to hope the quality and style of chocolate remains...I'm sure it will, but why tamper with a classic? They'd be fools to do so!
Cadburys is my favourite main stream brand of chocolate. Cadburys was first set up in Birmingham, England in the early 19th century. Back then, the firm only sold coffee, tea and hot chocolate. Today its headquarters is in London, and the company produce numerous types of chocolate but also own a number of soft drinks brands, including Dr Pepper.
The most famous chocolate bar from Cadburys is the dairy milk bar. This is usually sold in a bar which weighs about 50g and costs around 55p, although you can find it cheaper in some newsagents, or at Home Bargain stores where it today cost 39p.
Other popular chocolate bars include Flakes, Twirls, Mini Eggs, Cadburys Creme Eggs (sold around easter) and Crunchies.
Cadburys chocolate is pretty darn nice, it isn't too milky, which is the problem I find with Galaxy, and it smells nice and quite rich. Recently the company has switched to using Fairtrade cocoa to manufacture its bars, which just gives me another reason to eat them! Obviously they aren't too healthy for you, with a 50g bar containing around 15g of fat and 260 calories. However, if you limit yourself to eating these as a treat once in a while then it isn't too bad.
You can buy Cadburys across the world, I've personally tried it in the USA and Malaysia, and it isn't nearly as nice. Obviously they follow a different recipe in these places, so if you're moving overseas then you should stock up beforehand!!
Cadburys are one of those brands of chocolate that everyone knows, that's not only because they have been around for such a long time, but also because they have always been a market leader as well.
They currently have so much different chocolate products out there on the shelves and they are all massive sellers as well, they have the milk chocolate flavour down to a tee though, which is why I think their products are so nice, and they are so successful.
There are other companies like nestle and mars whose milk chocolate just tastes a bit cheaper than Cadburys. Cadburys is a lot milkier and smoother and because its this that makes up nearly all of their products, that's why I think there doing so well.
A criticism of them is that they do make the bars smaller and smaller and they do keep putting up the price as well. I guess all companies do this though but it seems like instead of focusing directly on their products and customer satisfaction they are always trying to squeeze an extra penny out of us, but apart from that I love them.
Cadbury's in my opinion is by far the most superior chocolate brand around. There really is no other make of chocolate that tastes like it, and nothing comes close. The great thing is that the superiority is not reflected in the prices. Cadburys dairy milk is the base of cadburys products. As a brand of chocolate it has a great basic taste, which leads to tons of good products being developed based on that great taste.
The brand Cadburys is an institution in England, it has been around for over 100 years now and is still going strong. They have expanded from chocolate bars of all sizes to wrapped boxed chocolates, gifts, and biscuit and snack bars. They also sell drinks (cadburys hot chocolate) and ice creams, individual or large tubs. You name it confectionary wise and cadburys will be selling it. Not only do Cadburys just sell it, but everything they do, they do it well. I have never tasted a single product that wasnt the best in its class, and I have never had a single complaint with Cadburys.
In England there is even a cadburys world, which if you are crazy about chocolate or just fancy a good experience you can go to to see how the chocolate is made and pick up lots of bargains.
Although I like all cadburys products, these are my favorite and ones I would recommend the most. Cadburys caramel, snack bar, small crunchie pieces, shortbread yoghurts, animal biscuits, and many many more!
Cadbury's chocolate is in my opinion the best chocolate on the market, i know you have Thorntons and other more expensive chocolate but Cadbury's has so much variety that there just has to be something for everyones taste buds.
Be it a flake... crumbly lovely yummy flakey chocolate
Or a twirl.. a flake wrapped in creamy milk chocolate
ti a double decker for the hungrier chocolate fancier
A block of fruit and nut... packed with nuts and raisins absolutely gorgeous
a tin of Roses which is my personel favourite! full of different centres and varieties everyone that knows me knows i adore Cadbury's roses and christmas time i get lots of boxes off relatives ots great and mothers day just gone i received a massive tin of roses it made my day!
The great thing about Cadbury too is that you can go to Cadbury World i have been a few times its briliant! Loads of parking and a day out and lots of free samples and a lovely large play area for the children and a picnic area so weather permitting you could have a briliant time outside too.
Cadbury chocolate is affordable yuminess and has a variety for everyone.
From Buttons for the babies to huge yummy blocks for the adults mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm lovely.
What has happened? Who changed the heroe selection? The kids are soooooooooooooooooooooo disappointed!!!!!
It was a kid freindly, fun loving selection which has now changed to adult orientated bunch of average sweets. What will happen when the public realise they are being conned / Has this change been advertised on national TV? I'm an expat teacher who ordered the Christmas batch and am totally disappointed!!!!!
The white chocolate was such a popular component, loved by all. We had competitions to find who deserved the first chioces. Now no one is interested. It is hard to define the colours and recognise the different elements of the selection. Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeek you might end up with a nut by accident.
Please offer the current Christmas batch of Heroes at some ridiculous price to the unsuspecting public. Hopefully Christmas alcohol will help them to get over their disappointment ............... then return to offering your faithful customers the product they deserve
Who could resist the temptation of cadburys chocolate. It so so creamy and milky and just so so yummy.
I have not come accross one person who dont like cadbrys chocolate and it is definately the best.
Cadburys has been established since 1824 when Mr. John Cadbury opened his first shop. Since then the Cadbury empire has grown and grown. Cadburys dairy milk was launched in 1905 and is still one of the biggest selling chocolates all over the world.
Starting with Cadbury drinking chocolate Cadburys developed many new products, first came dairy milke, then milk tray, flake, crunchie, bournvita, whole nut, fudge, picnic, milk buttons, curly wirly, cream egg, double decker, roses, star bar, wispa, boost, twirl, white buttons, time out, heros, dream and many more which i am sure i have forgotten.
You pay on average 50p for a bar of cadburys chocolate and you can buy it from pretty much any confectionary shop or supermarket.
I think you will agree that Dairy milk is the most popular of the cadburys chocolate bars. They are avaliable in all shapes and sizes. Nutritional informaton states that per 100g it contains 2190 ky, 525 kcal, 7.5 g protein, 57g carbohydrate, 29.8g fat. So as you can see this product is not good on any waistline.
You can buy cadburys in singular bars, multi packs and treat sized bags! Cadburys dairymilk is avaliable in sharing bars also which are really great for...sharing.
Cadburys produce some great chrstmas products including selection boxes, tree chocolates, biscuit variety packs and many more great things. They also sell easter eggs when in season and you can no pick these up for some cheap prices.
My favorite of the Cadbury selection (although I have stated many peoples favorite is Dairy Milk) has to be the cream egg. I get most upset when these are made unavliable due to i no longer being in season which is why I am so grateful they have now brought out the Cadbrys cream egg twisted. Avaliable all year round.
Cadburys have recently become more well known for their fabulous adverts. You must have seen the Phil Collins Monkey one and the Trucks advert which are really eye catching and actually mouth watering.
Cadburys i so popular and Cadburys make some great gift products for all ocassions. They are cheap and are widely avaliable!!
Show someone you love them and buy them cadburys!
What chocolate could ever be better than dairy milk!! They have so much variety out there all of which are gorgeous.
Cadburys is one of the longest going chocolate manufacturer and has been around since 1824. John Cadbury opened the first ever chocolate shop hence giving it the name that has become so well known today to all. However caduburys first launched in 1905 and has been around ever since!
Whenever i think of chocolate cadburys is always my first thought, they have everything from the original dairy milk bars, to cadburys creme eggs - how do you eat yours? To their beautiful boxed collections of chocolates they have to be the best around! and theres something for everyone. They also do their own range of hot chocolate which is really nice and creamy, delicious to sit in front of the fire with a nice box of chocolates and a hot choclate with whippped cream. MMMmm my mouth is watering at the thought!