Cadbury response on scrapped Dairy Milk bar after fan's demand

Cadbury's Dairy Milk chocolate
Cadbury has been making chocolate since 1824 -Credit:Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Cadbury has said it has "no plans to reintroduce" a popular Dairy Milk bar that has now been discontinued.

On X, formerly Twitter, one social media user shared a photo of Cadbury's Dairy Milk Mint bars and asked: "@CadburyUK @DairyMilkIn When will we get these bad boys back? They are very much missed [crying emoji] #chocolate #dairymilk".

The user has likely been left disappointed, as someone at Cadbury's responded: "We understand your love for this product, but currently, there are no plans to reintroduce it. We do however, have lots of chocolatey treats to try".

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The response included a link to a Cadbury shopping site, where chocolate fans get their hands on a whole host of goodies. While the Dairy Milk Mint bar is not available, there are Dairy Milk Giant Buttons (Mint).

Shoppers can also get their hands on Cadbury Bournville Mint Crisp, which is Cadbury's dark chocolate with "with natural mint flavour and rice crisps".

Chocolate bars regularly come and go. Earlier this year Nestle was forced to say goodbye to its Breakaway and Yorkie Biscuit, due to "declining sales".

At the time Nestle said it wanted to make room for new products, and announced a new Blue Riband Hazelnut bar. This is essentially like a regular Blue Riband, which has layers of wafer coated in milk chocolate, but with an added smooth hazelnut filling.

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