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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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CADBURY World is inviting students celebrate the end of exam season with a choc-filled adventure between now and July 5 for a special price of PS9 each.
A SWEET-TOOTHED Cadbury fan is handing over 5,000 pieces of memorabilia to the company's archives after accumulating tins, boxes and mugs over 40 years.
As a gesture of thanks for handing her collection over, the Cadbury Foundation made A SWEET-TOOTHED Cadbury fan is handing over 5,000 pieces of memorabilia to the company's archives, after accumulating tins, boxes and mugs over 40 years.
Mrs Cocks said the company believes it is the "biggest private collection" of Cadbury memorabilia in the world.
A SWEET-TOOTHED Cadbury fan is handing more than 5,000 pieces of memorabilia to the company's archives after accumulating tins, boxes and mugs over 40 years.
The sighting marks the arrival of something truly out of this world - the new Cadbury Dairy Milk Lickables!
IF you want to make Easter eggs-iting, why not get along to your nearest National Trust location, because it's almost that time of the year again when it partners with Cadbury to help bring families together to experience the magic of the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts.
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.
And they've been whizzing off the production lines at Birmingham's Cadbury works for decades.
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.