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B&M Cambridge: Discount shop selling Cadbury chocolate bar never sold in UK before

B&M is now selling a Cadbury chocolate flavour for the first time in the UK.
Shoppers are excited for the Cadbury Neapolitan flavour, which was previously only available in Australia.
The chocolate bar is meant to look like the classic ice cream de…

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B&M is now selling a Cadbury chocolate flavour for the first time in the UK. Shoppers are excited for the Cadbury Neapolitan flavour, which was previously only available in Australia. The chocolate bar is meant to look like the classic ice cream dessert.

It is made up of three layers, including Dairy Milk chocolate, Dream white chocolate and strawberry flavoured chocolate. Cadbury said: "Cadbury Dairy Milk Neapolitan is a nostalgic nod to a favourite Australian dessert and a novel take on the ice-cream classic that delivers a unique three-layered block." B&M is known for selling hard-to-find Cadbury flavours like the Dairy Milk Moro and the Dairy Milk Crispy Mint Creme.

Last year shoppers went wild for the Moro bar, which is filled with smooth caramel inside a coating of chocolate malt-flavoured creme and Cadbury's traditional milk chocolate. The discount shop also offers a vintage favourite - the Dairy Milk Top Deck. This tasty flavour includes a layer of milk chocolate topped with rich white chocolate.

The Mint Creme bar pairs classic milk chocolate with a mint flavoured creme filled with crispy mint pieces. B&M announced the Neapolitan flavour on Instagram, saying: "Has anyone else spotted these tasty Cadbury UK bars in store yet?! (originally from Cadbury Australia!) "They've just made an appearance, alongside a wider range of exotic #chocolate bars, so they're well worth picking up next time you pop in for an essential shop."

Excited shopper, kevssnackreviews, also flagged on Instagram that B&M have Coco Orange Shreddies back in stock.

B&M recently hit the news for their new bargain GBP5 solar lights that people have been using to transform their back gardens.

With friends and family only allowed to gather in a group of six outside, many people are snapping up heaters, fire pits and twinkling lights to make their gardens into cosy spaces for guests.

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