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Watch master chocolatiers work their magic in the popular Chocolate Making zone and indulge in a delicious pot of melted Cadbury Dairy Milk topped with your favourite sweet treat.
As a gesture of thanks for handing her collection over, the Cadbury Foundation made a PS5,000 donation to Mrs Cocks's chosen charity, We All Matter, which builds and strengthens positive and supportive relationships in Gloucestershire.
For its launch in the Philippines, Cadbury Dairy Milk Lickables delights moms, kids and the kids-at-heart as it comes with a surprise inside - a collectible Pokemon toy!
You can follow the Bunny's clues to find the sweetest treasure while wandering through the perfect surroundings, and finish your adventure with a chocolatey Cadbury treat - how else?!.
They are being stocked by selected independent and convenience retailers such as local newsagents and corner shops and in Sainsbury's Local, Tesco Express and Co-op branches until Easter Sunday on April 1, with each one worth at least PS100, Cadbury said.
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.
Mr Cadbury, who works for a pension fund but also has property interests, said the business had already raised PS170,000 in 11 days in crowdfunding.
Mark Reckitt, Cadbury's former chief strategic officer, said he was astonished and disappointed at the news.
The two new products follow Burton's hugely successful launch of three other Cadbury brands as biscuits: Cadbury Caramel, Cadbury Crunchie and Cadbury Turkish.
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).