Cadbury


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Cadbury

(ˈkædbərɪ)
n
(Biography) George. 1839–1922, British Quaker industrialist and philanthropist. He established, with his brother Richard Cadbury (1835–99), the chocolate-making company Cadbury Brothers and the garden village Bournville, near Birmingham, for their workers
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IT'S showtime at Cadbury World this March as family-favourites, Caramel Bunny and Freddo take to the stage for the very first time in two brand-new exclusive stage shows.
CADBURY have been accused of short-changing customers by selling a huge variety box with just eight biscuits inside.
CADBURY has produced a white chocolate version of its Easter Creme Egg for the first time - but consumers will not know if they have bought one until they unwrap it.
By DAVID WHINYATES Special Correspondent CADBURY Sixth Form College is delighted to announce an overall A-Level pass rate of 97 per cent for 2016
Hotel + Cadbury World tickets from PS189 per family of 4 01904 436 030 and quote AF146 or visit www.
Visitors to the truck, which will be at Liverpool ONE on Paradise Street from 9am, will see a wall-to-wall chocolatelined wonderland with chocolate Christmas trees complete with edible baubles and presents, a Santa's table and chair made from Cadbury Wispa, and Cadbury Advent calendars.
And they've been whizzing off the production lines at Birmingham's Cadbury works for decades.
It comes after brand owner Mondelez changed the recipe for the sweet fondant-filled snack so that the shell is made from a "standard, traditional Cadbury milk chocolate" instead of the popular Cadbury Dairy Milk.
James Cadbury, the great, great grandson of George Cadbury, is following in his family footsteps by co-launching Property Moose, an online firm which allows people to invest their money in property.
FORMER Cadbury bosses are sickened by Kraft Foods'' move to split the business in two.
5 million investment that sees two of the most iconic Cadbury brands made into biscuits: Cadbury Dairy Milk and Cadbury Bournville.
I FULLY agree with Brian Reade regarding the boycott of Cadbury in protest against Kraft moving production from Bristol to Poland after vowing to keep the factory open (Mirror, Jan 6).