Once you've tasted the delicious Cadbury Chocolate, you won't get enough of it. Are you as well a fan of English chocolate? If so, the online shop of British Shopping is the right place for you. Here you can buy delicious Cadbury Chocolates online. ... more...
Large selection of Cadbury Chocolate
At British Shopping you will find a large and delicious selection of different Cadbury products. In addition to the classic Cadbury chocolate, our English online shop also has Cadbury bars such as Boost, Chomp, Crunchie, Double Decker, Flake, Fudge, Starbar, Twirl or Wispa. We also offer Cadbury chocolate in a practical bar size. With us you can order and buy delicious flavours of Cadbury chocolate conveniently online - whether dairy milk, whole nut, fruit and nut or caramel. We also offer the popular Cadbury Roses, Eclairs, Buttons, Nibbles and Bournville Chocolate.
Online Shop with typical English chocolate
To ensure that you can enjoy Cadbury's traditional English chocolate in Germany, we have opened an affordable online shop for typical British and English food. At British Shopping you can easily and conveniently order and buy your Cadbury chocolate and English food online and have it delivered to your home. With British Shopping you can enjoy English food in Germany. Browse through our assortment and experience a piece of British culture in Germany.
John Cadbury and the Origin of Cadbury Chocolate
In 1824, Quaker John Cadbury began the Cadbury Chocolate success story on Bull Street in Birmingham. In a small shop he offered, among other things, homemade chocolate and drinking chocolate as an alternative to alcohol. He was convinced that alcohol was bad for society. In 1831 he opened his first chocolate factory and produced Cadbury chocolate for the consumer market. Cadbury chocolate quickly became more popular and the product range increased. Gradually he produced more and more products like Cadbury Milk Chocolate, Dairy Milk, Bournville Cocoa, Bournville Chocolate, Milk Tray, Flake, Roses, Milk Tray Bar, Cadbury's Fudge, Picnic, Lucky Numbers, Skippy, Aztec Bar, Toffee Buttons, Eggs, Easter Eggs, Wunderbar, Creme Egg and many more. In 1969 Cadbury merged with Jacob Schweppe's beverage company and was known as Cadbury Schweppes. It was not until May 2008 that the production of drinks and sweets was split up again. Since then Cadbury sold the English chocolate and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group took over the Schweppes beverage brands. In September 2009, Kraft Foods acquired Cadbury and has been distributing the popular Cadbury chocolate ever since. Order your Cadbury chocolate right here online and check out the traditional English brand for yourself.