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originally posted by: Qumulys
Second, I think it's the worst kind of 'business sense'.
In the United States, where Hershey has the license to make and sell all Cadbury products, the first ingredient is sugar
“Companies are just trying to alter their bottom line by making changes to their products and using inferior ingredients or lower-cost ingredients . . . and I guess hoping that people don’t notice that a lot of those changes they make are also going to change the flavour of the products.”
A spokeswoman at the Mondelez Canada office said the Canadian recipe won’t be affected.
“There are no changes to the Cadbury Creme Egg in Canada other than some great new packaging that is being rolled out,” Stephanie Minna Cass wrote in an email.
Although the number of eggs in a package has been decreased from a half-dozen to five in the U.K., the size and number of treats in the Canadian packaging won’t be changed.