The Cadbury Crunchie Bar is made from delicate honeycomb and coated in smooth milk chocolate.
It’s easy to see why the Cadbury Crunchie Bar is a South African favourite. Satisfyingly crunchy – as the name suggests – it’s purely indulgent.
Let’s take a trip to 1824, when John Cadbury opened his Bull Street store, right here in England. Selling cocoa and drinking chocolate, it wasn’t until 1831 that he opened a factory. By 1842, his range had expanded to 11 different cocoas and 16 drinking chocolates. The first chocolate bar, however, was only produced by Fry’s in 1847. Nowadays, of course, Cadbury is a household name and with good reason, we say. To read the full story behind Mr Cadbury’s adventures, click here.
Cadbury Crunchie Bar