Chocolatiers in Bournville have been working their magic on a fairytale creation for pantomime season.Read the full story ›
It has been reported by a national newspaper that the owners of Birmingham-based Cadbury's paid no UK corporation tax last year.Read the full story ›
Two hundred workers for chocolate giant Cadbury have gone on strike - just weeks before Easter.Read the full story ›
The new Milk Tray Man is no stranger to daring feats and dangerous manoeuvres given his day job.Read the full story ›
Cracks are appearing in Cadbury's share of the Easter market, and some think it's down in part to last year's Creme Egg recipe change.Read the full story ›
Bourneville-based Cadbury are looking for a new star to play the famous 'Milk Tray Man' role in a new series of adverts.Read the full story ›
Personal belongings of one of the original family members to run the Cadbury chocolate empire are going to auction this week.Read the full story ›
Confectionary giant Cadbury has created a limited edition mega-bar, combining seven favourite flavours in one.Read the full story ›
'Many' workers have expressed an interest in voluntary redundancies at Cadbury's Bournville plant, as part of plans to secure manufacturing at the site for the next 25 years.
Tony Bilsborough, from Mondelez International which owns Cadbury, told ITV News: "From the beginning we were very clear that to secure this £75m investment in Bournville, and therefore the next generation of manufacturing here, that this site would need to become more cost competitive.
"Both sides agreed that this would mean fewer people working here in Bournville in the future but our preference was always to secure that through voluntary redundancies if at all possible.
"We've had consultations with the workforce and many have expressed an interest in voluntary redundancy."
Unite has confirmed that 205 people are being made redundant at Cadbury in Birmingham, as part of a £75 million investment in the factory.Read the full story ›