History of Cadbury

Cadbury, established by John Cadbury in 1824 in Birmingham, England, began as a small grocery shop and grew into a renowned chocolate manufacturer. With the launch of Cadbury's Cocoa Essence in 1866 and the iconic Cadbury Dairy Milk in 1905, the company solidified its presence in the chocolate market. Over the years, Cadbury expanded globally through mergers and acquisitions, including the notable merger with Schweppes in 1969. Despite facing challenges like takeovers, Cadbury remains a beloved brand recognized for its commitment to quality and innovation in chocolate confectionery.