Cadbury Fry Hudson Ltd

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John Cadbury established his iconic British brand in 1824, selling tea, coffee and drinking chocolate. In the 1860, the company decided to shift its focus to chocolate products only and two decades later began to produce confectionary. This shift made Cadbury’s one of the most successful chocolate brands in Britain and subsequently in the world. To expand its market to New Zealand, Cadbury’s formed a partnership with Richard Hudson’s Dunedin chocolate and biscuit business forming Cadbury Fry Hudson.


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