Cadbury Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut Bar, 200g (Pack of 6) @ Amazon - £9 (Prime Exclusive)
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Cadbury Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut Bar, 200g (Pack of 6) @ Amazon - £9 (Prime Exclusive)

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Found 14th FebEdited by:"Liastro_3109"
Cadbury's deliciously creamy milk chocolate with dried grapes and chopped almonds.
Made with a Glass and a Half of fresh milk.
Large 200g bar - perfect for sharing with the whole family.
Packed in our special easy-open, easy close wrapper.
Suitable for vegetarians
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Heat, but be honest, everyone prefers 'whole nut' over this abomination
While this might sound like an ad, I have no link to Lidl/Aldi. Though, like Roald Dahl, I do like my chocolate!

Just buy the Lidl Fruit and Nut £1.29 for 200g (and it's actually better ingredients than the Aldi equivalent), it's like Cadbury' used to be, 100% Cocoa Butter, no added vegetable fats (Cadbury's leaves a rank fatty taste in your mouth now) whole hazelnuts (not cheaper subsituted almonds like Cadbury's) and raisins.

If you want a cheaper bar go for the 200G bars that look like Cadburys for 79p, the Wholenut is my favourite, again these are cocoa butter, no added vegetable fats.

And if you want really cheap decent (well decent compared to Cadbury's of today) chocolate pickup their plain 100g Bars of Dark, Milk and White chocolate for 30p! which are too, made from Cocoa Butter, no added vegetable fats, which is incredible for the price. Tastes pretty good, white and dark is probably my favourite. The Dark is incredible value, because it's not overly sweet and seems to have a lot of cocoa butter, for the price.

Completely given up on Mars/Cadburys/Terry's Chocolate Orange. You constantly have to check the weight because they are shrinking the size all the time.

Cadbury's is just shocking today, just tastes like eating margarine
Edited by: "tightar5e" 14th Feb
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Heat, but be honest, everyone prefers 'whole nut' over this abomination
Sorry but Cadbury's chocolate taste has changed in my opinion, got a sicky Hershey's taste now.
£1 each in my local shop so not a deal for me. I appreciate that maybe they are more in other parts of the country so not voted either way.
Kingsmeadow18 m ago

Sorry but Cadbury's chocolate taste has changed in my opinion, got a sicky …Sorry but Cadbury's chocolate taste has changed in my opinion, got a sicky Hershey's taste now.


I agree It's cause some Americans brought the company and they use water instead of milk and the creme eggs are the worst affected in my opinion
While this might sound like an ad, I have no link to Lidl/Aldi. Though, like Roald Dahl, I do like my chocolate!

Just buy the Lidl Fruit and Nut £1.29 for 200g (and it's actually better ingredients than the Aldi equivalent), it's like Cadbury' used to be, 100% Cocoa Butter, no added vegetable fats (Cadbury's leaves a rank fatty taste in your mouth now) whole hazelnuts (not cheaper subsituted almonds like Cadbury's) and raisins.

If you want a cheaper bar go for the 200G bars that look like Cadburys for 79p, the Wholenut is my favourite, again these are cocoa butter, no added vegetable fats.

And if you want really cheap decent (well decent compared to Cadbury's of today) chocolate pickup their plain 100g Bars of Dark, Milk and White chocolate for 30p! which are too, made from Cocoa Butter, no added vegetable fats, which is incredible for the price. Tastes pretty good, white and dark is probably my favourite. The Dark is incredible value, because it's not overly sweet and seems to have a lot of cocoa butter, for the price.

Completely given up on Mars/Cadburys/Terry's Chocolate Orange. You constantly have to check the weight because they are shrinking the size all the time.

Cadbury's is just shocking today, just tastes like eating margarine
Edited by: "tightar5e" 14th Feb
Cadbury's just make junk these days - almost any own brand (but particularly Aldi and Lidl) is better than this stuff.

They've even ditched the raisins for the much cheaper 'dried grapes' now to increase their sordid profits.
solid48 m ago

Heat, but be honest, everyone prefers 'whole nut' over this abomination …Heat, but be honest, everyone prefers 'whole nut' over this abomination


Everyone???
Not i
Newbold5 h, 15 m ago

Cadbury's just make junk these days - almost any own brand (but …Cadbury's just make junk these days - almost any own brand (but particularly Aldi and Lidl) is better than this stuff.They've even ditched the raisins for the much cheaper 'dried grapes' now to increase their sordid profits.


Isn't that just Americanisation.of Raisin? Maybe there is a slight process difference, i.e. like the.difference between sultanas and raisins / sultanas use veg oil in drying process, raisins are dried naturally, but they are still dried grapes. Maybe it's Raisins are sundried, and for 'dried grapes',Cadbury's use Mechanical drying, in microwaves.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 14th Feb
solid58 m ago

Heat, but be honest, everyone prefers 'whole nut' over this abomination …Heat, but be honest, everyone prefers 'whole nut' over this abomination


au contraire
tightar5e53 m ago

Isn't that just Aericanisation of Raisin? Maybe there is a slight process …Isn't that just Aericanisation of Raisin? Maybe there is a slight process difference, i.e. like the.difference between sultanas and raisins / sultanas use veg oil in drying process, raisins are dried naturally, but they are still dried grapes. Maybe it's Raisins are sundried, and for 'dried grapes',Cadbury's use Mechanical drying, in microwaves.


The word ‘raisin’ has a very specific and distinct definition. Dried grapes doesn’t and it’s a cheaper ingredient as always with American owned companies. Sod the quality - make everything as cheap as possible. The own brands still mostly use raisins - simple option then
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