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Rachel (cadbury)

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Inveralmond chs

on 14 February 2018

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When you typically think of chocolate it is difficult to not think of Cadbury. Cadbury is nearly synonymous with chocolate and it is one of the big five chocolate companies alongside Nestle, Hershey’s, Mars, and Ferrero Rocher. Their chocolate is extremely popular and a rich history surrounds this powerful company. From the onset of it’s establishment, Cadbury worked hard to establish the notion that as a company they conduct business with ethics.
Cudbury and fairtrade
In 1824, John Cadbury, a Quaker, began selling tea, coffee and drinking chocolate in Bull Street in Birmingham, England.
From 1831 he moved into the production of a variety of cocoa and drinking chocolates, made in a factory in Bridge Street and sold mainly to the wealthy because of the high cost of production.
Cadbury is pulling out of the Fairtrade scheme, after seven years of giving some of its best-known chocolate treats an ethical stamp of approval, in favour of its own sustainability programme – Cocoa Life scheme.
Chocolate buttons
Chocolate bars
and so many others

Cadbury's Products
12 August 1801, Birmingham
11 May 1889, Birmingham
Candia Barrow
George Cadbury, Richard Cadbury, Maria Cadbury
Benjamin Cadbury
Richard Tapper Cadbury, Elizabeth Head Cadbury

John Cadbury
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