Cadbury raises Dairy Milk profile

Goddard, Charlotte
January 1999
Marketing Event;Jan1999, p28
Relates the promotional campaign launched by Cadbury company for its Dairy Milk chocolate bar at the 1998 International Festival of Chocolate. Description of the bar used in the promotion; Reaction to the company's move; Implications of the company's move.


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