Cadbury has announced that it will be adding two new miniature treats to its boxes of Heroes chocolates.
Alongside the classic Dairy Milk, Creme Egg Twisted, Twirl, Dairy Milk Caramel, Wispa, Fudge and Eclair chocolates, there will now also be mini Double Decker and Crunchie Bits, the Evening Standard reported.
It’s been 20 years since Heroes were first launched by the chocolate making giant, with the new additions set to be launched in boxes from April.
A spokesperson for Cadbury commented: “No flavours will be removed from the existing Cadbury Heroes offering, providing a more even spread across all of the variants, making this a perfect selection for sharing with friends and family.”
The chocolatier also announced earlier this year that it was bringing back its white creme eggs, with anyone who finds one in line to win up to £10,000.
Since creme eggs hit shelves in January, the company has released 800 of the white chocolate variety, with prizes ranging from £50 to £10,000 for those who find one of the unusual Easter treats.
In fact, the Daily Mail recently revealed that one recruitment agency is paying people up to £45 an hour to hunt for white chocolate creme eggs.
Bark has launched a service to connect those who have the time to search for the eggs with people who are keen to find one but who don’t have the time themselves. The organisation is recommending that people who want to hunt for the eggs set out what areas they’re willing to cover.
Meanwhile, those who are paying for a creme egg hunter should make sure they’re clear about which shops they want the hunters to visit and how many eggs they should be buying.
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