Cadbury launches three new share-block flavours in Australia
Confectionery giant Cadbury has launched three new flavours in its share-sized chocolate block range—Cadbury Cherry Ripe, Cadbury Dairy Milk Crackle and Cadbury Dairy Milk Picnic.
The Cadbury Cherry Ripe, which Cadbury said was Australia’s oldest chocolate bar, is filled with cherry and coconut flavours coated in Cadbury Old Gold dark chocolate. It is now available in a share-block size. The Cadbury Dairy Milk Picnic is also now available in share-block size. It is already a popular chocolate bar, containing nuts, toffee and rice crisps.
New to the Cadbury portfolio is the Cadbury Dairy Milk Crackle block, which is made with a rice crisp filling and milk chocolate coating.
These three flavours join the existing 12 flavours in the Cadbury Dairy Milk block range, which includes flavours such as Fruit and Nut, Snack, Rocky Road, Caramello, Hazelnut, and Black Forest.
Cadbury Dairy Milk Cherry Ripe 200g is available exclusively at Coles RRP $4.99; Cadbury Dairy Milk Picnic 210g is available exclusively at Woolworths RRP $4.99 and Cadbury Dairy Milk Crackle 210g is available exclusively at independent stockists RRP $4.99.
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