The 'Flake' chocolate bar was first developed in 1920. An employee of Cadburys noted that when the excess from the molds used to create other chocolate bars was drained off, it fell off in a stream and created folded chocolate with flaking properties. In 1930, Cadbury started producing a smaller version of the standard Flake bar especially for ice cream cones. These were marketed under the name 99 Flake and sold loose in boxes rather than individually wrapped like the traditional Flake.

cadbury flake chocolate - my most favorite chocolate. i super stoked they now sell it here in the u.

Dairy Milk is Britain’s best-loved and iconic chocolate bar. Without it, the UK would probably come to a complete standstill.

Dairy Milk is best-loved and iconic chocolate bar. Without it, the UK would probably come to a complete standstill.

british candy is better (except for Turkish delight which is quite nasty)

A Fluther of Knitting: British vs. Happy National Chocolate Day - today October, I want some of these!

Mars Bar. From personal experience this is one of the best things to take with you when climbing mountains. It is a source of almost instant energy. And it's mmm...

Mars Bar race, to put clothes on (HATS, COATS Etc), each piece of clothing eat a piece of mars bar. Good game for the armor of God

Cadbury Treasure Box.  Looking for affordable gift for friends and family or for an alternative to Easter eggs? Our NO.1 selling Cadbury Treasure Box offers great gift value at £10. The Cadbury gift box delivers an array of Cadbury chocolate gifts alongside a wide range of our most popular Cadbury bars

Cadbury Treasure Box. Looking for affordable gift for friends and family or for an alternative to Easter eggs? Our NO.1 selling Cadbury Treasure Box offers great gift value at £10. The Cadbury gift box delivers an array of Cadbury chocolate gifts alongside a wide range of our most popular Cadbury bars


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