THE QUALITY OF FRESH AUSTRALIAN MILK was a key driver in John Cadbury’s decision to select Claremont, Tasmania, as the location for his first factory outside the UK in 1922. Because at the heart of Cadbury is Cadbury Dairy Milk, made with the equivalent of a glass and a half of full cream milk in every 200g of smooth, creamy chocolate. Enjoyed by generations of Australians, Cadbury is Australia’s number one confectionery brand and has been voted Most Trusted Confectionery Brand for 15 of the past 16 years.

For almost 100 years, Cadbury has been proudly made locally, with factories in Tasmania and Victoria delivering Australia’s most-loved chocolate treats such as Cadbury Dairy Milk, Freddo, Cherry Ripe, Cadbury Favourites and more recently, Cadbury Caramilk. Cadbury is exciting consumers with new flavours and textures for them to share with friends and family. It is for these reasons that Australians have always associated Cadbury chocolate with great taste and quality.

Cadbury is continuing its commitment towards a sustainable future for its cocoa supply chain through Cocoa Life. The Cocoa Life program works collaboratively with local communities and support partners to educate and upskill cocoa farmers to improve their livelihoods, strengthen communities and inspire the next generation of cocoa farmers.

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