Cadbury Dairy Milk 30% Less Sugar: #FirstImpression
The packing is pretty much the same, except the large ‘30% less Sugar’ lettering that breaks all purple packaging. We tasted the new Cadbury Dairy Milk 30% Less Sugar and this is what we think.
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Cadbury is an iconic brand with a worldwide presence when it comes to chocolates. And there is no doubt that all the variants of Dairy Milk, which have been introduced in the market over the years by Cadbury, have been a part of its success. In what has to be their first-ever ‘less-sugar’ chocolate bar, Cadbury’s recently introduced a variant of dairy milk, which contains 30% less sugar and no artificial sweetener. What does it taste like? Let’s find out.
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Quick Facts About This Chocolate
- There is absolutely no artificial sweetener.
- It contains 30% less sugar as compared to other dairy milk variants of the same size.
- It contains naturally identical flavors.
- It contains vegetable fat in addition to cocoa butter.
With 30% less sugar, Cadbury has stepped into a completely new market by introducing this new dairy milk variant.
Price: Rs.50 for a 43 gms
#FirstImpressions Of Cadbury Dairy Milk 30% Less Sugar
The packing is pretty much the same, except the large ‘30% less Sugar’ lettering that breaks all purple packaging. The bar contains no artificial sweeteners, at all, which means that kids can still continue to enjoy their Dairy Milk, only with less sugar.
But what about the taste? We tasted the new Cadbury Dairy Milk 30% Less Sugar and enjoyed the latest ‘less-sweet’ avatar quite a lot. It’s not too sweet, but it doesn’t taste bland, or bitter either. Its good old milky-chocolatey Dairy Milk, albeit less sweet. Going by the flavor, the chocolate is for people who like milk chocolates but prefer a healthier version, and Cadbury Dairy Milk 30% Less Sugar delivers just that.