Large 300g dairymilk bars ( fruit & nut also) £1 @ Poundland
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Large 300g dairymilk bars ( fruit & nut also) £1 @ Poundland

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Found 18th Jul
Cadbury dairy milk bars 50% extra free in Poundland (nationwide -while stock lasts )

Dairy milk
Fruit and nut Dairy milk
Whole nut Dairy milk available
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Good find.4 quid for over a kg of chocolate and can mix instead if just one big bar of Dairy Milk
Did someone say “wholenut”?
I went yesterday and didn't see these in my local sadly.
yes same here in cardiff
Same price in B and M
Only plain chocolate in my local (Romford) not complaining alota chocolate for a quid
Also bought some at this price in Home Bargains last week. Bargain!
Kraft/Mondelez have ruined Cadbury's chocolate (as well as the company). The stuff you buy now makes me feel nauseous. Someone suggested it's because it's full of palm oil now to reduce cost but whatever it is it's horrible.
Thanks. Yium will e visiting HB £LAND & B&M for this fab deal
Besford7 h, 35 m ago

Kraft/Mondelez have ruined Cadbury's chocolate (as well as the company). …Kraft/Mondelez have ruined Cadbury's chocolate (as well as the company). The stuff you buy now makes me feel nauseous. Someone suggested it's because it's full of palm oil now to reduce cost but whatever it is it's horrible.



Mondelez switched production of Dairy Milk to Poland, which may account for subtle, unavoidable changes in ingredients. Cadbury's originally used 30% Milk solids* and 27% Cocoa Fat in their Dairy Milk Chocolate bars up to the early 1980's, although their packaging have always stated 20/21% respectively. The issue of the nauseous taste may come from their use of substituting 5% of the Cocoa solids with Palm Oil. In Australia and India Cadbury's still use the original recipe 27% Cocoa Solids thus the taste is similar to what people growing up in the Eighties and earlier remember. Another problem is the definition and quality of the Cocoa solids used in the manufacture of the bars, but also before the takeover Cadbury's changed the quantity of Milk solids (powdered milk) from a Ib and a half.

*Source Great British Tuck Shop - Steve Berry and Phil Norman.
Edited by: "nemesiz" 19th Jul
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