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Cadbury Dairy Milk 850g instore asda £2.50
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Cadbury Dairy Milk 850g instore asda £2.50

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If you have a Tesco rather than an Asda nearby I'm told they have these at £3 each, nearly as good a deal.
rhexenor2 m ago

If you have a Tesco rather than an Asda nearby I'm told they have these at …If you have a Tesco rather than an Asda nearby I'm told they have these at £3 each, nearly as good a deal.


£3.50 in my local Tesco yesterday
I just paid £3 in Sainsb
Slowly working my way through one of these. Should have melted it down and made a massive chocolate button!
Nice to see Mondelez packaging harking back to the days when Cadburys was a British company with British factories and running on good Quaker principles.
Polish made Mondelez 'Dairy Milk' - yuk!
captainpovey50 m ago

Nice to see Mondelez packaging harking back to the days when Cadburys was …Nice to see Mondelez packaging harking back to the days when Cadburys was a British company with British factories and running on good Quaker principles.



Think those principles were lost many years before Kraft came onto the scene.
rhexenor2 h, 18 m ago

If you have a Tesco rather than an Asda nearby I'm told they have these at …If you have a Tesco rather than an Asda nearby I'm told they have these at £3 each, nearly as good a deal.


£3.50 in Tesco. Just checked
Damn ... Checked in the morning it was showing £5....
captainpovey29/12/2018 10:53

Nice to see Mondelez packaging harking back to the days when Cadburys was …Nice to see Mondelez packaging harking back to the days when Cadburys was a British company with British factories and running on good Quaker principles.



... and tasting as nice as it used to do before being bought.
my wife said she cant find any peraps she was too late or staff took it all
captainpovey3 h, 0 m ago

Nice to see Mondelez packaging harking back to the days when Cadburys was …Nice to see Mondelez packaging harking back to the days when Cadburys was a British company with British factories and running on good Quaker principles.


Except its just additional cardboard, inside is the newer foiled plastic
The big ASDA in Coventry near the M6 has got a big pile of them still just bought 12
Just bought 12 from Asda in Coventry
Same price in Tesco tooz
palsapal29/12/2018 13:43

... and tasting as nice as it used to do before being bought.



That's a matter of opinion obviously. I much preferred it before they replaced the cocoa butter for palm oil. Sainsburys own brand chocolate is now my preference and its cheaper.
Felling hot hot hot
Hfuhruhurr12 h, 5 m ago

That's a matter of opinion obviously. I much preferred it before they …That's a matter of opinion obviously. I much preferred it before they replaced the cocoa butter for palm oil. Sainsburys own brand chocolate is now my preference and its cheaper.


Which one?
£2.50 for almost KG of chocolate... hello diabetes :P great deal but none in my local bought some mixed nuts with fruit... guess i have to be healthy now...
The only thing it's the exp date 31.3.19 can't give it as a gift. And I went through ALL of them to find longer exp date.
Great deal none the less.
rits20151 h, 40 m ago

The only thing it's the exp date 31.3.19 can't give it as a gift. And I …The only thing it's the exp date 31.3.19 can't give it as a gift. And I went through ALL of them to find longer exp date. Great deal none the less.


Pretty much all Cadbury Christmas stuff has that date. 3 weeks before Easter - sneaky buggers!
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