Cadbury to launch new chocolate varieties
Cadbury will be launching several new flavours this week in celebration of ‘World Chocolate Day’ on 7 July 2017.
The new Dairy Milk block varieties include the following:
Mega Crunchie – Extra Crunchie honeycomb than the usual Crunchie Cadbury block
Double Choc Oreo – Extra chocolate Oreo biscuit than the usual Oreo Cadbury block
Mad 4 Mint – Each square in this range is a different favour with Mad 4 Mint flavours including original mint, choco mint, spearmint or peppermint
Craving 4 Coffee – Flat white, mocha, caramel latte and iced coffee
Crazy 4 Caramel – Caramel flavours include burnt toffee, butterscotch, caramello and salted caramel
Bonkers 4 Berry – Strawberry, blackcurrant, raspberry and strawberries and creme
Cadbury said it is launching the new range in time for winter, a season they say nearly 50 per cent of all Australian families will purchase a Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate block.
The chocolates will be available in major Australian retailers from 7 July 2017
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This article was originally publiushed by Eythan Halon - The Jerusalem Post on December 9 2019. ...