[GUIDE] B&M is selling Cadbury Dream white chocolate bars for a limited time only – Best price

Cadbury Dream White Chocolate bars have touched down in Plymouth and it’s sure to get sweet-toothed Janners in a spin.

The bars are basically confectionery gold dust and no longer manufactured on a mass scale in the UK.

Enter bargain giants B&M: because the retail powers that be at the almighty firm have decided it’s high time to give the people what they want and reboot sales of the soft, creamy sticks for a limited time only.

B&M – which threw open its brand new store in Plymouth city centre to great fanfare earlier this month – took to social media to trumpet its clever new strategy and tease everyone with a picture of the coveted Dream bar.

Its Insta page, followed by more than one million bargain addicts, said: « When your dreams are a reality… this tasty Cadbury UK Dream bar is in stores now! It’s a perfect bar for white chocolate lovers; made with smooth and creamy white chocolate!”

We went in search of the treasure itself and weren’t left disappointed.

Our video editor, Erin Black, snapped one up at Coypool supermarket and couldn’t wait to show it off to her peers.

« Can you believe B&M is selling Dream bars? » she said.

So what’s to know about the Cadbury brand once adored by so many over here?

It’s back on sale, evidently, at B&M, and being advertised online for a tidy £2.99 each. That’s for a 180g bar.



Back in the game: heavenly Cadbury Dream bars
Back in the game: heavenly Cadbury Dream bars

« Enjoy the creamy and indulgent taste of Cadbury Dream, » the promo on the B&M site reads.

« Cadbury white chocolate that melts in you mouth! »

Dream is no longer manufactured in the UK and Ireland, but is still produced in Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.

It is similar to a Milkybar, which is made by Nestlé. Some of the difference between it and Milkybar is that « Dream » uses real cocoa butter, is slimmer than the Milkybar, and the Milkybar uses puffed rice, according to Wiki.

It’s been quite the year for B&M and it’s enjoyed a stellar start here in Plymouth.

Huge queues formed as people hailed its debut in April, with Plymouth City Centre Company chief Steve Hughes previously hailing it a ‘huge vote of confidence in the city centre’.

It is the third B&M store in Plymouth to open and is expected to be popular with people already shopping in the city centre, and those who do not drive and instead can get a bus into town.

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[GUIDE] B&M is selling Cadbury Dream white chocolate bars for a limited time only – Best price
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