Feb 4, 2021
Cadbury Dairy Milk production to return to Bournville
The owner of Cadbury is set to return the majority of its Dairy Milk production back to its historic Bournville factory. Announcing a £15m investment at the Birmingham site, the company said from 2022, 125 million more Dairy Milk bars would be manufactured there. Bournville village was built by the Cadbury brothers in the 1870s. Mondelez' UK managing director Louise Stigant said Bournville was still considered the "Heart of Cadbury" and bringing more Dairy milk production back "Home" offered an opportunity to invest in the plant. Mondelez, which owns other brands including Toblerone and Milka, is one of the largest chocolate, biscuit and coffee producers in the EU. "Bournville is now much more competitive across our manufacturing network, particularly when it comes to producing high volume products such as Cadbury Dairy Milk tablets," Bournville manufacturing director, Roberto Gambaccini, said.
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