5 Star is an irresistible combination of taste and texture! This novel concept in the chocolate world set a new revolution in the making of chocolates with the introduction of smooth milk chocolate, caramel and nougat. A favorite in India for more than 40 years, 5 star launched in 2016 in Brazil under our Lacta brand and in Malaysia and Philippines under our Cadbury brand. In India, 5 Star is available in several varieties: Classic, Fruit & Nut, Crunchy and Chomp.
In 2017 we launched a new innovation Cadbury 5Star 3D, a premium offering in the countline segment. Cadbury 5Star 3D is a crunchy, chewy, chocolaty bar that promises the consumers to 'Get Lost at a Different Level.'
Markets: Brazil, India, Malaysia, Philippines, South Africa
Barni is a soft biscuit with tasty filling in kid’s favorite bear shape. Product was originally launched in France in 1996 and appeared on the Russian market in 2007. Barni biscuits are made of quality ingredients, with no added preservatives or colorants. They’re approved for kids’ nutrition from the age of 3 years old and can contribute to healthy kid’s snacking if consumed together with fruit and milk product.
Markets: Poland, Russia, South Africa, Ukraine
The bittersweet dark intensity of pure cocoa lingers to reveal a richly sensoric experience. A truly delectable indulgence that will seduce the most discerning of palates.
Cadbury was founded in 1824 when John Cadbury opened a grocer’s shop at 93 Bull Street, Birmingham, England. Among other things, he sold cocoa and drinking chocolate, which he prepared himself using a pestle and mortar. Now, the brand offers a host of delicious chocolates and drinks, including the Cadbury Egg, Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolates, Flake, Wispa, Twirl and Eclairs chocolates, and Cadbury Bourneville drinking chocolate.
Markets: Australia, Canada, Malaysia, New Zealand, Nigeria, South Africa, United Kingdom
Cadbury Dairy Milk
Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate is made with fresh liquid milk – a glass and a half for every half pound of chocolate to be precise. It quickly became the market leader in the UK after it was launched in the early 1900s. Cadbury Dairy Milk is now enjoyed in 33 countries, including in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Available in more than 23 varieties, like Fruit & Nut, Whole Nut, Snack, Caramello and Breakaway, Cadbury Dairy Milk delights consumers of all ages.
In 2016 we launched Marvellous Creations, a unique chocolate bar that surprises consumers with its distinctive form and unpredictable inclusions. Cadbury Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations is available in two flavors in Jelly Popping Candy and Cookie Nut Crunch.
In 2017 we launched Cadbury Dairy Milk in Lickables, a unique liquid chocolaty treat with a twist of Oreo bits and Wheat crispies. You also get a free iconic Justice League toy with each pack of delicious Dairy Milk in Lickables.
Markets: Australia, Canada, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Thailand, United Kingdom, Vietnam
Cadbury Dairy Milk Bubbly
It’s what happens when you combine SA’s best loved chocolate with a burst of bubbles both inside and out. It’s the lighter way to enjoy your favourite milk chocolate in a unique mould shape. The soft and round chocolate bubbles on the outside and inside melt in your mouth for a smoother, lighter and creamier moment.
Eclairs take you on a delicious journey through a layer of pure caramel to a heart of rich Cadbury chocolate. Eclairs were created in the early 1960s by the London confectionery firm James Pascall. Cadbury acquired the company in 1965 and Elcairs quickly became Cadbury’s number-two brand, gaining a UK Royal Warrant in 1990. The two classic ingredients of toffee and chocolate combine to create a truly unique experience. Today, people enjoy Eclairs in dozens of countries – from the UK to China to India, where they are known as Cadbury Choclairs.
Markets: United Kingdom, Australia, India, South Africa, China, Egypt
The iconic Chappies brand is South Africa’s number one bubble gum. The heritage brand has played a role in the lives of most South African’s at some point in their lives.
Chappies are particularly well-known for the ‘Did You Knows?’ inside the wrappers, for the juicy flavours, as well as for the bubble blowing fun that younger South African’s love.
Chomp has been one of South Africa’s best loved chocolate bars with the heritage of the Hippo characters being well entrenched since the late 1980’s. It’s affordable fun, playful, happy, warm, friendly and down-to-earth. Delicious wafer biscuit and caramel covered in chocolate flavoured coating.
Clorets is a refreshing gum and mint which gives a long-lasting refreshing taste designed to neutralize food, drink and cigarette odors by using an element called chlorophyll. It is the only chewing gum that contains the exclusive ingredient Actizol - so you can be closer to anyone you want, anywhere you want, anytime you want. Did you know that Clorets gum's refreshing effect in Japan is known as "sukkiri"? This word is now an important part of Clorets communication in that country!
Markets: Brazil, Japan, Malaysia, Nigeria, Thailand
Crunchie offers a unique eating and chewing experience that goes “CRRR in your mouth”. CRRR of the bite immediately lifts the boredom and the chewyness of this delicious chocolate bar keeps you entertained - there is no other chocolate like it! Milk Chocolate with golden honeycombed center.
Dentyne gum was introduced in New York in 1899 as the first gum to aid in oral hygiene. The brand’s name is actually combination of the words “dental” and “hygiene.”
Related Link: Dentyne
Markets: Canada, Malaysia, Thailand, United States
Endearmints are enduring, absorbing, long lasting chewy mints. Because they are creamy and luxurious, they offer a unique eating experience that not only refreshes the mouth, but that also reserves a moment for you, a moment to reflect on your day or just to daydream.
Decadent creamy & crumbly chocolate that melts slowly in the mouth crafting pure chocolate indulgence. One bite and all resistance crumbles. Crumbliest Flakiest Milk Chocolate.
Halls accounts for more than 50 percent of cough-drop sales worldwide and is the leading sugar confectionery brand in the world. In the northern hemisphere, Halls is sold as a cold relief product. In hotter and drier countries, however, Halls is used as a refreshing candy. Halls products are available in more than 26 flavors.
Related Link: Halls
Markets: Brazil, Canada, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Spain, Thailand, Ukraine, United States, Vietnam
Lunch Bar is more than a chocolate bar, it’s packed full of ingredients which gives you more physical and mental strength (but also more to enjoy and experience). It’s a meal bridge, fill-me-up sweet snack that offers you MUCH MUCH MORE! Milk Chocolate crammed with wafer biscuit, caramel, peanuts and crisped rice.
Markets: South Africa
Oreo, milk’s favorite cookie, was first introduced in 1912, and now this cream-filled sandwich cookie is a favorite of consumers around the globe. Today, Oreo is available in many flavors and varieties, such as chocolate covered, wafers, pie crusts and soft snack cakes.
Markets: Argentina, Canada, China, Indonesia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Peru, Poland, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, United States, Venezuela, Vietnam
P.S. is not just an ordinary chocolate bar! It’s the end of a story and, in some cases, the beginning of a new one. It’s with the help of P.S. and the relevant messages on the wrapper that real connections and meaningful moments are made. Layers of wafer and caramel flavoured cream lovingly smothered in Cadbury Caramilk Chocolate.
TUC biscuits history begins in 1958 in Belgium. Mr. Parein, who owned a small confectionery company in Belgium, decided to visit the U.S. to learn the secret of America’s delicious lightly salted crackers. While returning to his native Belgium, Mr. Parein was already considering possible names for a new cracker product he would produce. It’s said he decided to use the initials T.U.C. after seeing the name "Trade Union Corporation" in a newspaper. TUC biscuits are rich in grains and are baked, rather than fried – and their light and crispy texture lends a unique taste.
Markets: European Union, Eastern Europe, China, Ukraine, South Africa, Egypt, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)