Who said it?

'By reducing the size of our 140g bar to 120g we have been able to hold the bar at this price although we believe our confectionery still represents a very affordable treat.' A Cadbury spokesperson explains it's downsizing a number of its chocolate bars to cope with the rising costs of ingredients - although it won't be shrinking the price. The products affected include Dairy Milk and Toblerone. Booo.

by Elizabeth Anderson
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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