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Cadbury

George. 1839--1922, British Quaker industrialist and philanthropist. He established, with his brother Richard Cadbury (1835-- 99), the chocolate-making company Cadbury Brothers and the garden village Bournville, near Birmingham, for their workers.
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Created especially for Cadbury World, these original live experiences will put families in the spotlight, welcoming them to a range of interactive entertainment sure to delight young and old alike.
Social media posts show disgruntled customers opening the Cadbury Biscuit Assortment.
Between 350 and 400 of the white eggs are on sale in the same packaging as the standard milk chocolate version until Easter Sunday on April 1, with Cadbury offering cash prizes to those who find one.
On top of a strong set of A-Level and BTEC Level 3 results, this year Cadbury Sixth Form College is also excited to announce that there will be a link established between the college and Coventry University.
Cadbury trucks are Cadbury's favourite frog couldn't resist leaping into the festive fun, too, and a giant Cadbury Freddo head painting will also be seen displayed alongside other Cadbury Christmas favourites.
Chocoholics Stephanie Thompson and Lance Scott Forbes asked the company if they could hire the car, one of only a handful in the world, after a visit to see their favourite sweets being made at Cadbury World in Birmingham.
US giant Kraft Foods bought Cadbury in 2010 and its global snacks business under the name of Mondelez International.
Mr Cadbury said: "We will put properties on our portal and allow investors to put in anything from PS500 upwards into that property.
Kraft, which employs 250 people at its cocoa-processing plan in Chirk, acquired Cadbury for pounds 11.
The two new products follow Burton's hugely successful launch of three other Cadbury brands as biscuits: Cadbury Caramel, Cadbury Crunchie and Cadbury Turkish.
THANK you to Brian Reade for highlighting how stupid we are for putting up with companies like Cadbury who are closing our manufacturing industry and sending work abroad.
Cadbury has already kicked off the longest Easter build up since the Second World War.