10:56, 4 NOV 2015 UPDATED 12:07, 4 NOV 2015
BY RUKI SAYID , GAVIN ALLEN
First they came for the Creme Eggs, and I said nothing because I did not eat Creme Eggs.
Then they came for the Fruit and Nut...
Apologies to Martin Niemoller for badly appropriating his historic quote, but it seems Cadbury's decision to replace the raisins with sultanas in one of its most favoured chocolate bars has sent the snacking world into a mild frenzy.
While Cabury has said that "sultanas have been brought into the fold to add more variation", experts suggest that the change could be down to costs as the rising price of cocoa has led to chocolate makers like Cadbury downsizing bars and tubs of confectionery.
Others say that the change is implemented by US giant Kraft, which bought out the British company in 2010, and has a policy of changing flavours of its products in response to changing public tastes.
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