B&M shoppers delighted as store launches discontinued Cadbury chocolate bars

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B&M is the budget retailer where shoppers often find new products at great prices. They have recently launched a range of new Cadbury’s chocolate bars with fans sharing how they are taken back to their childhood with the retro packaging. One of the chocolate bars has also been discontinued for the past eight years and it has made a comeback exclusively to the retail store.

Another said: “Oh my god…we have been waiting sooo long for a marble bar!!! Wonder if it tastes the same?”

Fans of the chocolate bars will have to be quick to get their hands on them as they no doubt will be an instant sell out. 

Cadbury announced they were bringing back the Dairy Milk Marble bar after 20,000 fans signed a petition asking for its return.

There was even a Facebook group, Bring Back Cadbury Marble, to try and get the chocolate company to bring back the much loved sweet treat. 

The discontinued bar was a delicious blend of milk and white chocolate with hazelnut praline.

Cadbury posted an update to the fan page to confirm the good news. 

The statement read: “We have been absolutely blown away by the amount of support and love that you have for one of our classic flavours.

“Please be assured that every plea, petition and comment has been heard – and we have been working hard to bring back what you want. Although you may have heard whispers already, as a thank you for your passion and commitment, we wanted you to be the first to hear the exciting news.”

The popular chocolate company also took to its Australian Instagram account to reveal that its Caramilk was returning to the country, though it has never been available before in the UK.

The Caramilk bar was only available to purchase online in the UK and has never been spotted in a supermarket. 

The caramel-flavoured white chocolate bar is now available in the UK as part of the B&M launch.

All chocolate bars are on shelves in B&M right now and customers should check their local stores opening hours before making a trip.

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