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2x Cadbury Dairy Milk 30% Less Sugar 85g - £2 Prime / £6.49 Non-Prime @ Amazon
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3457454.jpg2x Cadbury Dairy Milk 30% Less Sugar 85g - £2 Prime / £6.49 Non-Prime at Amazon

£1 a bar but minimum order quantity is 2

These do taste quite nice in my opinion, each to their own of course
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These are a joke, the same price as a standard bar, yet it's 25g less, so of course it's going to have less sugar
This stuff tastes discusting so you know. It has a horrid pastey after taste. I binned half the bar first time I bought one.
Mightyjinjo06/05/2020 12:00

This stuff tastes discusting so you know. It has a horrid pastey after …This stuff tastes discusting so you know. It has a horrid pastey after taste. I binned half the bar first time I bought one.


I quite like it. I don't get the "pastey after taste" at all, I definitely prefer the full sugar bar but this in my own personal opinion is not "disgusting".
andrewworrall106/05/2020 12:12

I quite like it. I don't get the "pastey after taste" at all, I definitely …I quite like it. I don't get the "pastey after taste" at all, I definitely prefer the full sugar bar but this in my own personal opinion is not "disgusting".


Indeed, its all a matter of taste
Unfortunately a pretty poor deal. Anything over £1/100g is too expensive for Cadburys. Plus, since it has less sugar, it should be cheaper than full sugar.
And it has the same amount of calories as the standard stuff so what's the point?
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