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Large Dairy Milk Chocolate bar only £5.99 (+£4.49 Non Prime) on Amazon
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Large Dairy Milk Chocolate bar only £5.99 (+£4.49 Non Prime) on Amazon

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Posted 8th Feb

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Pretty good price for 850G bar of Dairy Milk, ideal last minute valentines gift or addition.

Link also had a pretty good price for some christmassy pieces. 2 x Cadbury Christmas Selection Box Plush Toy for £6.72 and 2xCadbury Christmas Plush Stocking for £4.77
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A British classic ruined by Kraft
Edited by: "squiff" 9th Feb
Niz08/02/2020 18:29

Dont worry, now that Brexit has gone through it will come back to being …Dont worry, now that Brexit has gone through it will come back to being the British Classic.


I really hope you're joking. Kraft is a US company so has zero to do with Brexit.
For those near Bournville Cadbury world they are a fiver
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Niz09/02/2020 08:47

Brexit means Brexit dammit


And that’s why I’m moving to Canada
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A British classic ruined by Kraft
Edited by: "squiff" 9th Feb
Mothers day gift sorted.
Still going through Christmas one lol
squiff08/02/2020 11:43

A British classic ruined by Craft


True as far as the generally wider brand goes (Creme eggs are gross now), but have they fiddled with the recipe for Dairy Milk?
What date is on them plz
For those near Bournville Cadbury world they are a fiver
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squiff08/02/2020 11:43

A British classic ruined by Craft


Kraft, now Mondelez
Jamminator08/02/2020 12:51

True as far as the generally wider brand goes (Creme eggs are gross now), …True as far as the generally wider brand goes (Creme eggs are gross now), but have they fiddled with the recipe for Dairy Milk?


Yup
squiff08/02/2020 11:43

A British classic ruined by Craft


Dont worry, now that Brexit has gone through it will come back to being the British Classic.
bigwheels08/02/2020 11:52

Mothers day gift sorted.

Note the back. I'm trying to save the life of anyone buying this for the females in their lives - various iterations of the life too, esp if it's for the missus 39865161-Nalyf.jpg
Happymeone08/02/2020 13:27

What date is on them plz


I ordered 2 on same day delivery 1 is 15/09/20 and the other is the 16/09/20
Monaco.Blue08/02/2020 19:00

Note the back. I'm trying to save the life of anyone buying this for the …Note the back. I'm trying to save the life of anyone buying this for the females in their lives - various iterations of the life too, esp if it's for the missus [Image]


Its just a card with it,its not on the pack
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martsmall08/02/2020 19:26

Its just a card with it,its not on the pack [Image]



Thanks, definitely buying a few!
Ty
Martsmall
Cadburys hot chocolate has changed massively in the last 12 months. Its actually disgusting now. 🤢
Cold not even 5,000 calories in this little bar
£5 at Cadbury world but I'll give it heat because it's £20 to get there
Niz08/02/2020 18:29

Dont worry, now that Brexit has gone through it will come back to being …Dont worry, now that Brexit has gone through it will come back to being the British Classic.


I really hope you're joking. Kraft is a US company so has zero to do with Brexit.
cmdmarc09/02/2020 07:57

I really hope you're joking. Kraft is a US company so has zero to do with …I really hope you're joking. Kraft is a US company so has zero to do with Brexit.


But how/why did it get sold off in the first place? Very related.
It’s £3 in ASDA Southgate London
Niz09/02/2020 08:00

But how/why did it get sold off in the first place? Very related.


Globalism.
Niz09/02/2020 08:47

Brexit means Brexit dammit


And that’s why I’m moving to Canada
Niz08/02/2020 18:29

Dont worry, now that Brexit has gone through it will come back to being … Dont worry, now that Brexit has gone through it will come back to being the British Classic.


emilyyC09/02/2020 08:15

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That can be fixed now by less worker rights and more zero hour contracts = more jobs dummy.
Still got 3 of my 5 which cost me about £13 after discounts and late fee refund from September
emilyyC09/02/2020 08:15

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What a load of nonsense. The Cadbury family had ceased to be a significant shareholder many years before the company was bought by Kraft.
sashforth09/02/2020 10:27

What a load of nonsense. The Cadbury family had ceased to be a …What a load of nonsense. The Cadbury family had ceased to be a significant shareholder many years before the company was bought by Kraft.


Yes, they sold to another shareholder who then sold to craft. That’s my point. When you sell a brand you do it for the money and knowing future companies can dilute the quality. It’s business
I have seen them at Morrisons for £5
emilyyC09/02/2020 08:15

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Please take this nonsense elsewhere. People are sick to death of all this moaning. There's plenty of other places to cry about it.
Edited by: "rapid85" 9th Feb
Most of the comments here are just utter b*ll*cks, get a life, surely it's about a deal on a product.. Anyway just bought one and I'm going smash it in a one-er
As an alternative, especially for those without Prime: 200g bars of Cadbury Dairy Milk are 2 for £3 in Waitrose, so 4 bars for £6 and 800g total. A penny more and 50g less but at least you get separate bars for easier storage if not giving as a gift. Better in my opinion because I could scoff a large bar in a few sittings
pez591809/02/2020 10:51

Most of the comments here are just utter b*ll*cks, get a life, surely it's …Most of the comments here are just utter b*ll*cks, get a life, surely it's about a deal on a product.. Anyway just bought one and I'm going smash it in a one-er


The only way to go about it..
squiff08/02/2020 11:43

A British classic ruined by Kraft


How come, the chocolate still tastes good
Happymeone08/02/2020 13:27

What date is on them plz


Mine just arrived, dated 15/09/2020
No good for next christmas but perfect gift for the next few months.
cmdmarc09/02/2020 07:57

I really hope you're joking. Kraft is a US company so has zero to do with …I really hope you're joking. Kraft is a US company so has zero to do with Brexit.


Merkin companies coming over here to destroy the NHS et al, is ALL about UKExit
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