Cadbury’s Launches New $ 2 Cherry Ripe and Picnic Bars

Cadbury’s launches new type of Cherry Ripe and Picnic bars with three layers of delicious chocolate in every bite

  • Cadbury’s has released its delicious Cherry Ripe Layers and Picnic Layers bars
  • Decadent chocolate tastes like old favorites but with three layers
  • Each of the bars will cost impatient customers $ 2 and come in a pack
  • Flavors will drop in major supermarkets and independent retailers on January 1










Cadbury’s has released two new candy bars for the new year, including Cherry Ripe Layers and Picnic Layers.

The decadently rich new chocolate bars are inspired by classic flavors customers know and love, but with a modern twist.

Both products contain three layers of indulgent chocolate encased in a domed chocolate shell for a unique sensory experience.

The line will hit shelves for $ 2 apiece on January 1, 2022

Cadbury’s released two new candy bars for the new year, including Cherry Ripe Layers and Picnic Layers

Cadbury’s Picnic Layers are filled with layers of gooey caramel, peanut-flavored sweet cream and crunchy peanut chunks coated in a milk chocolate shell, while layers of ripe cherry include layers of Iconic jelly of ripe cherry, coconut cream and pieces of coconut encased in an Old Gold dark chocolate shell.

The line will hit shelves for $ 2 apiece on January 1, 2022.

“We know how much Australians love Cadbury’s chocolate and we’re excited to introduce Cadbury’s Cherry Ripe and Picnic Layers, a new line of decadent chocolate bars inspired by the classic flavors we all love, taken to another level of indulgence.” , vice president of marketing for Cadbury ANZ, said Paul Chatfield.

In early December, a foodie believed he had stumbled upon Cadbury’s “dirty secret” in their popular line of Santa Claus chocolates.

Victorian man Jarrod Bell thinks Santas are just Easter bunny chocolates wrapped in Christmas foil – and he looks like he’s right.

In a TikTok video, the young man calls out to chocolatiers – pointing out a similarity in their Santa’s shape to Easter chocolate.

Man revealed he was wary of Cadbury chocolate Santas because they look like re-dressed Easter bunnies

Man revealed he was wary of Cadbury chocolate Santas because they look like re-dressed Easter bunnies

Easter bunny chocolate is very popular

But the Victorian man believes it's Christmas chocolate too

In the photo, on the left, the standard Easter bunny, on the right the undressed Santa Claus.

“Now is it just me or is it very clearly the Easter bunny mold with a picture of Santa Claus,” he asked in the video, while holding the chocolate.

“Cadbury, what are you doing?” He asked indignantly.

He then went through the company’s other Christmas chocolates, giving a thumbs up before buying one of the Santas to test his theory.

He brings Santa Claus home where he tears the packaging in front of the camera.

“This is very clearly an unmute rabbit,” he asserts – using a “confirmed” sticker.

The video has been viewed over 13,000 times but appears to divide TikTok users.

Some people thanked the young man for “exposing the truth”, while others did not understand why he was so mad.

“You have to get rid of the Easter chocolate somehow,” one woman said.

“They literally look like they have hair on them, definitely rabbits, I bought two,” laughed another.

A woman said she thought the same when the chocolates hit shelves in September.

Others said they weren’t sure if the mold looked like Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny and called it “terrifying” instead.

Cadbury declined to comment on the matter.

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