A Cadbury heiress has sold her £30million mansion to fund a new rival chocolate firm after her family company was sold to American 'predators' Kraft.
Felicity Loudon, whose great-grandfather George Cadbury founded the iconic sweets brand, hopes the sale of the Grade II-listed Cotswolds home, could help her launch a new family business.
The 62-year-old vowed to sell 14-bedroom Pusey House two years ago after Kraft's aggressive takeover - but it took longer than expected to find a buyer for the home.
Originally posted by KilgoreTrout
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Green and Blacks...Fair Trade and Organic...not to mention it's very yumminess.
I even use it in cooking. The 95% makes great truffles