Gift original and innovative Cadbury chocolate gifts directly via our online store. The brand was established nearly 200 years ago when John Cadbury opened a boutique in Birmingham in 1824. There he sold tea, coffee, mustard, spices from India and a brand new drink from South America, a mixture made from cocoa beans: chocolate. John Cadbury began by anticipating the emergence of new needs of a still small audience. In 1831, he bought a deposit which he transformed into a factory. The first "Easter Eggs" emerge in 1875! It was also at this time that the chocolate was born: a process to heat and mix the milk chocolate ingredients, in order to produce the silky texture of the chocolate bars that we know today. In 1905, a chocolate bar hits the market share of Swiss Milk Chocolate. It is the Dairy Milk which became a bestseller in 1913. It was not until 1920 that it became purple and gold, replacing the old pale purple and red packaging. In 2012, it was acquired by Mondelez International. Today, the history of the brand and the way chocolate is made can be discovered when visiting the Cadbury World attraction, attracting nearly 500,000 visitors a year. Every day, it produces nearly 1.2 million Creme Eggs, 5.5 million Dairy Milk bars, 400 million Daily Milk Buttons and 1 million Wispa Bars! The trademark has conquered millions of chocolate lovers by developing an impressive variety of delicious cakes (the famous Fingers), bars, caramelized fondant heart, biscuits, spreads and ice cream. Find your recipes and gift ideas here, and discover the secrets of decorating a real chocolate cake! At each visit, find gift offers and incredible promotions. Take advantage of guarantees and shipping methods for your purchases. Focus on savings with Cadbury Gifts Direct promo code!
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