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For Cadbury World, which was officially opened by former Prime Minister John Major, has just celebrated its 25th birthday.
Chocoholics Stephanie Thompson and Lance Scott Forbes asked the company if they could hire the car, one of only a handful in the world, after a visit to see their favourite sweets being made at Cadbury World in Birmingham.
US giant Kraft Foods bought Cadbury in 2010 and its global snacks business under the name of Mondelez International.
Mr Cadbury said: "We will put properties on our portal and allow investors to put in anything from PS500 upwards into that property.
Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Wrigley's, Cadbury,
Kraft, which employs 250 people at its cocoa-processing plan in Chirk, acquired Cadbury for pounds 11.
The two new products follow Burton's hugely successful launch of three other Cadbury brands as biscuits: Cadbury Caramel, Cadbury Crunchie and Cadbury Turkish.
In the past year, the full Cadbury biscuit range had accounted for a massive 40% incremental growth in the biscuit category, it claimed, citing Nielsen data to 52w/e 15 June 2010.
These new biscuits from Cadbury are a chocolate biscuit experience unlike any other.
Cadbury plc ("Cadbury") announced on 5 February 2010 its intention to delist its American Depositary Shares ("Cadbury ADSs") from the New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE"), effective, in so far as practicable, on the same date as the cancellation of the listing of Cadbury ordinary shares on the Official List and of trading on the London Stock Exchange.
Fellow chocolate maker Hershey said on Friday it had no intention of bidding for Cadbury, so with Nestle already ruled out, Kraft appears on course to complete its recommended bid by the deadline of February 2.
LONDON: British candy company Cadbury agreed to a fattened $19.