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Cadbury's

mikejee

Super Moderator
Staff member
Advert in the Tatler from 1909 . I remember that up till about sometime in the 1970s R&D had some bars of chocolate that had been returned from the Scott expedition (though I don't think they got as far as the south pole just to the base camp). However, although it was found that, althoughthey were in a tin, they were so infested with cocoa moths that they were destroyed.

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farmerdave

master brummie
Two photographs, from post cards, of the Dining Rooms at Cadbury's Bournville. The post cards are unused so therefore difficult to date, especially as no people are shown. Dave.
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mw0njm.

Brummie Dude
hi. today i was asked if i remember the.half coated Cadbury biscuit with the rippled chocolate on one side. I could not think of the name of them.but i did remember them...... WHAT WERE THEY CALLED. anyone tell me, please
 
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