Cadbury Factory Shops
Cadbury is one of the most well-known and highly recognisable brands in the world, and is extremely popular in South Africa is well.
Today, the company’s products are enjoyed by people in hundreds of countries around the world, making the brand a true household name.
Cadbury was founded in 1824 in Birmingham, England, when grocer John Cadbury opened his store at 93 Bull Street.
He sold a variety of products out of this humble establishment, but one of his most popular was the drinking chocolate and cocoa in which his specialised, preparing it himself with the help of a mortar and pestle.
His business took off, and expanded so quickly that in 1831 Cadbury purchased a warehouse on Crooked Lane and converted it into a factory to begin producing his signature chocolate products on a greater scale. By 1842, no fewer than sixteen varieties of drinking chocolate and eleven different cocoas were being sold by the company, which had taken on its founder’s name.
The Cadbury product range includes a wide variety of chocolates and confectionery, ranging from classic Dairy Milk chocolate to varieties that incorporate various fillings, such as nuts and fruits, as well as a range of chocolate bars and other products. Various items have also been developed specifically for the South African market, including Lunch Bar, Chomp, Snacker, Tempo, Astros, and P.S. Bar.
Cadbury stores in South Africa
Cadbury products are very present in the South African market, being sold in almost every kind of retailer dealing in food items, such as supermarkets, petrol stations, and many others besides. A few dedicated and pop-up stores can also be found in major retail locations around the country. The company’s national head office is located in Johannesburg.
No open factory outlets for Cadbury at the moment but please check back for updates.