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Cadbury sparks backlash after creme egg changes

An employee monitors foil-wrapped Cadbury Creme Eggs as they move along the production line operated by Mondelez International, in Birmingham, U.K. last April.
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An employee monitors foil-wrapped Cadbury Creme Eggs as they move along the production line operated by Mondelez International, in Birmingham, U.K. last April.

It's not just your imagination. The Cadbury creme egg does taste different, reported the Daily Mail.

Ahead of the crucial Easter season season, Mondelez's Cadbury unit has changed the recipe of its popular egg candies to use a standard cocoa mix rather than dairy milk after finding it and reduced the number in each box to five from six. The chain also slightly decreased the recommended selling price from £3.05 to £2.85.

Cadbury egg lovers are not happy with the changes and expressed their outrage on social media.

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