- Delicious cream-filled Oreo cookie pieces smothered in smooth Cadbury milk chocolate
- Generous 120g bar – perfect for sharing with friends and family
- Made with a Glass and a Half of fresh milk
- Packed in our special easy-open, easy close wrapper
- Suitable for vegetarians
Partnering with Fairtrade Foundation
Partnering to improve the lives of cocoa farmers and their communities
By Appointment to H.M. The Queen Cocoa and Chocolate Manufacturers Cadbury UK Ltd., Bournville.
Milk**, Sugar, Vegetable Fats (Palm, Shea), Cocoa Butter, Wheat Flour, Whey Powder (from Milk), Skimmed Milk Powder, Cocoa Mass, Milk Fat, Reduced Fat Cocoa Powder, Emulsifiers (E442, Soya Lecithin, E476, Sunflower Lecithin), Glucose Syrup, Wheat Starch, Salt, Acidity Regulators (E501, E500), Raising Agent (E503), Flavourings, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, **The equivalent of 426 ml of Fresh Liquid Milk in every 227 g of Milk Chocolate, Milk Chocolate: Milk Solids 20 % minimum, actual 23 %, Contains Vegetable Fats in addition to Cocoa Butter
|Per 100 g||Per 3 Chunks (15 g)||*Reference Intakes|
|Energy||2321 kJ / 556 kcal||348 kJ / 83 kcal||8400 kJ / 2000 kcal|
|Fat||35 g||5.2 g||70 g|
|of which Saturates||20 g||2.9 g||20 g|
|Carbohydrate||54 g||8.2 g||260 g|
|of which Sugars||48 g||7.3 g||90 g|
|Fibre||1.4 g||0.2 g||–|
|Protein||5.8 g||0.9 g||50 g|
|Salt||0.42 g||0.06 g||6 g|
|*% reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)|
- Contains Milk
- May Contain Nuts
- Contains Wheat
- Contains Soya
- Pack Type: Re-Closable Packaging
Preparation and Usage
8 portions per bar
Store in a dry place. Protect from heat.
PO Box 7008,
When John Cadbury founded his company in 1824, he believed that chocolate could be a force for good in the world. The Cadbury family were pioneers of good business, putting people and communities at the heart of the way they made and sold their chocolate.
But this generous spirit didn’t stop there. When Cadbury Dairy Milk was first made in 1906 it was produced not just with a glass but a generous glass & a half of fresh milk – and still is today.
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