Cadbury's chocolate is a huge part of my life. I grew up on it. I eat a piece of it pretty much every day. So the thought of the company being bought by US company Kraft is abhorrent. Not to mention the potential impact at the UK factory.
Founder, John Cadbury would be turning in his grave.
I dont mean to be snobby (or perhaps I do) but imagine the beautiful, traditional English brand of Cadbury's having to share a brand platform with the likes of "Oscar Meyer", "Maxwell House". "Oreo". It's just ALL WRONG I say.
What do the Americans know about making chocolate? The stuff here is like dog chocolate (I actually used to sneak the odd dog chocolate as a kid - until I realized they put worming medicine in it!).
I still hope to take my son to Cadbury World some day and I expect it to be there. I hope the UK government can keep this tradition alive; its part of our culture, our heritage and I cant quite imagine life without it.
So should we be stocking up on the real thing before it turns into some fake tasting rubbish like Hersheys? Look at it - the website is as boring as the chocolate.