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Cadbury Launches Orange Chocolate Buttons And Fingers

Cadbury Launches Orange Chocolate Buttons And Fingers

In 2020, this is the news we need.

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Only a few days ago we brought you the news of the return of Cadbury's Twirl Orange, and now the chocolate giants have launched Chocolate Orange Buttons and Fingers too.

Sweet-toothed shoppers have gone mad for the new launches, which are available to buy in Londis and Budgens stores.

The choc-orange goodies will then be stocked in one stop shops later this month, and are set to hit Tesco shelves in September.

Combining smooth, creamy Dairy Milk chocolate with citrus-fresh orange, the Dairy Milk Orange Fingers cost £1.65, while the Diary Milk Orange Giant Buttons have a price tag £1.99.

We can't wait to get our hands on these.

Chocoholics were quick to show their excitement at the new launches.

One Instagrammer commented: "I want I need!"

Another agreed: "OMG what??!"

"Yes this is definitely my kind of thing," added a third.

In a statement, Cadbury said: "It's true! For the first time ever, our fans can now enjoy Cadbury Dairy Milk Orange Giant Buttons and Cadbury Dairy Milk Orange Fingers.

"The new range is currently available in Londis and Budgens stores. The range will be available in One Stop stores from mid-August and in Tesco from September. Watch this space for more information as we get closer to the launch."

The news comes just days after Cadbury announced it would be bringing back the Twirl Orange.

Yep, the limited edition chocolate bar is officially returning - but it's not going to be around forever.

The Twirl Orange is the first ever tasty twist on the classic Cadbury Twirl that hit UK shelves, and it was insanely popular when it landed last year.

The news comes days after Cadbury announced the return of the Twirl Orange (
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Now, Cadbury is giving us another chance to get hold of it, and even offering a pre-sale for eager fans who want their fix.

The pre-sale will take place this week ahead of landing in stores, via the official Cadbury UK Twitter page.

Of course, if you don't have Twitter, it doesn't mean you have to miss out on trying the limited edition snack.

You'll just have to wait until mid-September when the chocolate bar hits shelves.

They've made way more bars than they did last year, so you shouldn't have a problem getting hold of one.

But ngl, we're going to stock up just to be safe!

Featured Image Credit: Pixabay

Topics: Tasty Food, Cadbury, Food And Drink, Chocolate