• Cadbury's MORE chocolate block. Source: Mondelez
    Cadbury's MORE chocolate block. Source: Mondelez

With 2022 marking the 100th birthday for Cadbury, part of its celebration is the release of three new chocolate blocks featuring some of the most popular and enduring flavours Cadbury has paired with its chocolate.


Cadbury MORE features a double-size delivery of inclusions and more chocolate, making for an indulgent twist on some familiar favourites.

The range includes Cadbury Dairy Milk MORE with Mixed Roast Nuts packed with peanuts, cashews and almonds. Cadbury Dairy Milk More with Nuts & Salted Toffee contains peanuts, roasted hazelnuts and salted toffee, and for dark chocolate lovers, Cadbury Old Gold MORE with Fruit N Nut is the classic combination of sultanas and whole almonds.

Cadbury vice president of marketing Paul Chatfield said the company knows how much Australians love Dairy Milk and Old Gold.

“We’re excited to introduce Cadbury MORE, some of our chunkiest and most generous blocks ever produced,” Chatfield said.

All three are available in supermarkets for RRP $5.00.

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