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Happy Birthday Cadbury Milk Tray!

By Mariealicerayner @MarieRynr
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Guess who is 100 years old?   Cadbury's Milk Tray and they are celebrating 100 years with a sweet makeover!  Yes, this August Britain's iconic Cadbury Milk Tray Chocolates have undergone a  special makeover in celevration of it's 100th birthday.   From the beautifully redesigned box, to three new delicious flavours, there has never been a better time to gift a box of Cadbury Milk Tray to a loved one.
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New Cadbury Milk Tray sees the Cadbury-purple box get a striking new modern makeover with packaging that is as beautiful sa a gift wrapped present.  The newly designed case, created to celebrate this special centenary, features a series of stand-out, fun chocolat icons that represent the delicious products inside, so now you can see on the outside all the delicious treats that are within.   This extra-special box also wears its Royal Warrant on the front of the pack; extra proof of just how special Cadbury Milk Tray really is.
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Hitting the shelves this month, new Cadbury Milk Tray now also includes three new mouth watering flavours . . .
Apple Crunch - plays on the quintessentially British treat, combining the much loved flavours of apple pie with smooth Cadbury Chocolate.
Salted Caramel - A sweet treat with a chewy salted caramel layered in delicious Cadbury chocolate
Chocolate Truffle - a smooth milk chocolate truffle encased in a solid milk chocolate shell.
Ideal for any occasion new Cadbury Milk Tray comes in a variety of sizes and is now even more gift worthy than ever, making it the perfect thoughtful gift for your parter, family or friend.
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"All because the lady still loves Milk Tray."
Available box sizes:
78g   (£1)
180g (£4.25)
360g (£8.49)
530g (£12.99)
Recommended prices only.  Retailers are free to set their own prices.
Pssstt!!  Loving the new Apple Crunch!  Sooo tasty!

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