Broken and misshapen chocolate fingers 350g 75p @ heron foods instore
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Broken and misshapen chocolate fingers 350g 75p @ heron foods instore

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Taste just like the named brand.
350g for 75p is a bargain if you ask me. 2905691.jpg
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These are Cadbury’s rejects. Also available in Home Bargains for 79p
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These are Cadbury’s rejects. Also available in Home Bargains for 79p
Home bargains receipt actually says Cadbury’s broken fingers too. One bag I got was full of mini ones and I was actually using them for a kids party so bonus 😄
Lovely tasting.
Too easy to eat the whole bag

Hot.
fukd29 m ago

Too easy to eat the whole bag Hot.


Or two

Very good for using in home made rocky road
some bags taste just like cadbury's chocolate fingers,some bags taste awful
as9051 m ago

some bags taste just like cadbury's chocolate fingers,some bags taste awful


How many you bought?!? Jeez....
We get a couple of bags each week lol, Heron for us. Is a bit of a lottery as you never know what you will get in the bags
Sometimes they are white fingers too
Got a bag at the weekend and definately wasn’t Cadbury’s fingers. You get over the slightly worse taste by the quantity.
pinkleponkle11 m ago

Got a bag at the weekend and definately wasn’t Cadbury’s fingers. You get …Got a bag at the weekend and definately wasn’t Cadbury’s fingers. You get over the slightly worse taste by the quantity.


I can confirm these are cadbury fingers. Some of them may taste different due to being end of run, or failed quality check e.g. biscuits overdone. If you see the red bags, those are cadbury Xmas biscuits. We had some recently with chocolate biscuits. Prior to that we had a bag of near perfect fabulous fingers so its luck of the draw, but for less than £1, it's worth the risk!
If you look at the address on the back of these and Google the postcode you will see they are made by Cadburys/Burton Biscuits. I've been buying these for years, and do like it when I end up with a bag of white ones or white with milk chocolate... that's the jackpot!
Luv these and the biscuits they do in the red packs!
swooper734 m ago

I can confirm these are cadbury fingers. Some of them may taste different …I can confirm these are cadbury fingers. Some of them may taste different due to being end of run, or failed quality check e.g. biscuits overdone. If you see the red bags, those are cadbury Xmas biscuits. We had some recently with chocolate biscuits. Prior to that we had a bag of near perfect fabulous fingers so its luck of the draw, but for less than £1, it's worth the risk!


Whether you confirm or not, they 100% aren’t.
I bought these once and they were all the white chocolate ones..
Were they alwhite?! Haha sorry
catalonia1 m ago

I bought these once and they were all the white chocolate ones..

Also in Farmfoods for £1.00.
As someone who hates waste I think these are a great idea, particularly if you are on a tight budget.
Anyone remember Thornton's mis-shape chocolates in cellophane bags back (I think) in the sixties?
Close your eyes and there's no difference.
We really need one of these down near me specifically.
Chouman18 h, 42 m ago

If you look at the address on the back of these and Google the postcode …If you look at the address on the back of these and Google the postcode you will see they are made by Cadburys/Burton Biscuits. I've been buying these for years, and do like it when I end up with a bag of white ones or white with milk chocolate... that's the jackpot!


I did this a few months back!. They are Cadburys, just some are broken, and some are chocolate less or stuck together
pinkleponkle22 h, 58 m ago

Whether you confirm or not, they 100% aren’t.


Having worked with the manufacturer, Burton's biscuits, they are, however I'm not the biscuit police
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