Cadbury Chocolate Coins are back on the shelves after a decade

When it comes to sweet treats, it’s never too early to think Christmas.

Cadbury bosses seem to agree, as they just dropped some huge news about their festive chocolate collection.

Cadbury has announced that it will be returning Dairy Milk Chocolate Co. Coins that have been unavailable for a decade. The iconic product was discontinued back in 2014, much to the disappointment of chocolate lovers, who lamented the loss of their favorite chocolate filling.

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After nine years, Dairy Milk’s classic chocolate-filled coins are back!

Cadbury’s Junior Brand Manager Katie Hill says of the launch: If you think back to 2014, you may remember that Cadbury caused disappointment across the country as we announced the sad discontinuation of our beloved chocolate coins.

“We’ve listened to customer feedback and are excited to finally announce that we’re finally bringing back this much-loved holiday treasure—a product that is both holiday cheer and delicious nostalgia for so many.”

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The coins will come in a 70g bag for £1.99 and a 230g tin for £6.99 in stores and supermarkets across the country.

That’s not all. Cadbury also announced that it will continue its four-year partnership with Cadbury Trussell Trust Christmas this year. The legendary chocolate brand plans to donate 100,000 candies to food banks within its Trussell Trust network, which they say will help make Christmas special for everyone, whatever their circumstances.

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Louella is a writer for Delish UK, with years of experience writing about food and wine, but began her career working front of house at the Salon restaurant in Brixton, London, where she developed a real passion for food, wine and hospitality.
Outside of the office, you can usually find Louella in the kitchen cooking for friends, doing really badly at pub quizzes, or rocking Margarita or two.

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