11 delicious Cadbury chocolate treats we have loved and lost over the years

Here a look at some of Cadbury’s most famous products which are no longer available to purchase

Birmingham’s historic association with Cadbury is one of many things Brummies can be proud of.

Best known for being the home of Cadbury’s chocolate, the picturesque Birmingham district of Bournville has welcomed many visitors from across the globe to Cadbury World over the years.

The Cadbury family developed the Bournville estate, designed to give the company’s workers improved living conditions. The world famous brand has gone on to produce some of the most delicious and enjoyable chocolate bars for the British public over the years.

There have also been many Cadbury’s bars and snacks that the company has decided to stop making and remove from the shelves.

With this in mind, we’ve taken a look at some of the most popular Cadbury’s treats which are no longer available to buy.

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