Chocoholics brace yourselves! The Fruit and Nut addicts aren’t going to be amused with this news.
The iconic chocolate brand Cadbury will be changing the recipe of the fruit and nut bar after 90 years. The bar that was initially launched in the year 1926 is all set to undergo the first ever change in its recipe.
Sultanas also known as Thompson Seedless or oval-fruited Kishmish will be added to the chocolate bar.
According to a report in the Independent, a company spokesperson said, ‘While raisins have actually traditionally been the ‘fruit’ of Cadbury Fruit and Nut, sultanas have been brought into the fold to add more variation.’
‘It’s important we have a flexible supply of the dried fruit we use in our famous Fruit and Nut bars to both retain quality and ensure it’s still an affordable treat.’
The report in Mirror states when 200 adults were put to test, most couldn’t tell the difference between raisins and sultanas.
Cadbury said: “Many consumers noticed no change in taste when trying both bars, stating both sultanas and raisins were just as tasty as each other.”
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