Cadbury Celebrates 200th Anniversary with Retro Dairy Milk Designs


Bringing Back the Classics

Cadbury is marking its 200th anniversary by reintroducing seven iconic Dairy Milk designs from the past century. From 1915 to the present day, sweet-toothed fans can get their hands on these nostalgic chocolate bars.

Availability and Price

The 180g bars will be available at various retailers for £2, although prices may vary. Cadbury has not yet disclosed the specific retailers or the duration of the limited edition release.

Commemorating a Milestone

Bryony Tate, brand manager at Mondelēz International, the owner of Cadbury, expressed excitement about celebrating 200 years of Cadbury belonging to the nation. She hopes that the retro designs will bring a smile to people's faces and offer something for everyone.

A Glimpse into Cadbury's History

Aside from the unique designs on the packaging, each bar will contain special artwork inside, highlighting significant moments in Cadbury's history.

Partnership with Alzheimer’s Research UK

In addition to the anniversary celebration, Cadbury is partnering with Alzheimer’s Research UK and plans to donate £200,000 to the charity this year.

Sweet Treats for Cadbury Fans

Cadbury has been making waves recently with other popular products. The Creme Egg chocolate bars, priced at £1.35, have delighted customers, while Caramilk caramel slices chocolate bars have also been a hit. However, Nestle fans were disappointed when the company discontinued its iconic Caramac bar after 64 years.

A Long-Standing Legacy

Established in 1824 as a single shop in Birmingham, Cadbury has since become an international brand. In 2010, the brand name was acquired by Kraft, forming the "Mondelez International" division in 2012.