Cadbury Is Bringing Back One Of Its Most Classic Bars

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The last two years have seen some devastating news for fans of chocolate bars.

From the outrageous spacing of Toblerones to the 20 per cent shrinking of Dairy Milk, Kit Kats and even Mars Bars in order to meet new sugar reduction guidelines, the cocoa addicted have been hit hard.

Thankfully, then, we have some good news to report. An old 80s favourite is coming back, and its one of Cadbury’s most iconic bars ever released. Welcome back the Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Tiffin:

The Dairy Milk Tiffin was originally produced in 1937. Cadbury’s stopped making it in 1972, then brought it back for a second run in 1985.

In 2003, it was stripped from the shelves once more. But after a successful trial in summer 2016, which saw 3million tiffin bars purchased, its set to make a third comeback.

According to Katrina Davson, brand manager for Dairy Milk, it could be back for good, too.

“By reviving an old classic such as Cadbury Dairy Milk Tiffin it enables Cadbury to reignite fond memories and instill that warm, nostalgic feeling that our fans have towards our much loved chocolate.

“Though we can’t say too much at this moment, we can confirm that we will be bringing back Cadbury Dairy Milk Tiffin and urge the public to keep their eyes firmly peeled for more exciting news.”

She stopped short of telling the Daily Star exactly when they would be gracing us with their presence, but we’re predicting it could be any minute now… So keep an eye out.

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