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Asda Is Selling Big Bars Of Cadbury White

Asda Is Selling Big Bars Of Cadbury White

Wonderful news everybody, Cadbury is selling big bars of white chocolate; about bloody time if you ask me.

If you're keen, and I know you are, you can pick them up in Asda £2 for a 180g bar and if that isn't enough to tempt you, Asda is also running a two for £3 offer on loads of big bars of chocolate including Daily Milk, Galaxy and selected Lindt bars. Fantastic news.

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The White bars are already proving popular with chocolate-loving shoppers, with one taking to Twitter to say: "I'm obsessed by Cadbury White chocolate, it's the best thing ever!"

Another paid the highest compliment, posting: "This new Cadbury White chocolate tastes exactly like what the Dream bars used to taste like."

People are claiming the new bars tastes 'exactly like' the beloved Dream bars. Credit: Cadbury
People are claiming the new bars tastes 'exactly like' the beloved Dream bars. Credit: Cadbury

A third said: "The new Cadbury's white chocolate tastes the same as Dream used to and I'm happy."

Well, that's good enough for me - I'll take 10.

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Of course, if white chocolate isn't your thing, there's also the limited-edition chocolate orange Twirl... if you can find one that is.

The elusive bars proved so hard to come by, that some people even started to doubt their existence, with one angry chocoholic taking to Twitter to say she'd tried 'seven shops' and still wasn't able to find one. Heart-breaking stuff.

But, dear reader, they do exist - a spokesperson from Cadbury confirmed their existence, saying: "The reaction to the launch of Cadbury Twirl Orange has been incredible and the product is in very high demand.

"The limited-edition bars have been available from September 23 in selected convenience stores across the country and will also be available in Co-op, Morrisons and Spar nationwide while stocks last."


You can buy 240 bars for £700 on eBay. Credit: eBay
You can buy 240 bars for £700 on eBay. Credit: eBay

The bars became so sought-after that some enterprising folk decided to try and cash in, flogging the bars on eBay with eye-watering mark-ups.

One seller was offering 240 bars (or five full cases) for £700, which works out as £2.92 each, a hefty increase on the 65p RRP.

Another was offering five of the 43g bars for £9.30, which works out at £1.86 apiece. Yikes.

Happy chocolate hunting.

Featured Image Credit: Asda

Topics: Food, uk news

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]

 

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