Hot Cross Buns Caramilk hit supermarket shelves


It’s the popular treat that has swept across Australia, and Cadbury Caramilk continues to grow its loyal following with exciting new launches and collaborations.

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The all-new product launch to get fans excited just before the end of the year is the all-new Caramilk Hot Cross Buns – a first of its kind in Australia.

The limited edition hot buns are filled with Cadbury Caramilk crisps and are exclusively available at Woolworths supermarkets and Metro stores from tomorrow in a four-pack for $ 4.50.

Shoppers will also find the traditional line of Woolworths Warm Crossbreads in stores, including fruit-free, fruit and Cadbury milk chocolate fillings.

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Jason McQuaid, Commercial Director of Woolworths, Bakery, said: “Our teams across the country have engineered innovation and quality to bring customers a new line of Hot Cross Buns for the Easter season.

“Our indulgent flavors are also eagerly awaited, and what could arguably be our most exciting flavor yet is the Hot Cross Buns made with Cadbury Caramilk chips.

Cadbury Milk Chocolate Chips will also feature in a decadent Brioche Chocolate Hot Cross Bun consisting of six packs of Cadbury Milk Chocolate.

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A premium fruit bun, wrapped with soaked Australian grape fruit, candied oranges and cranberries, will also be hitting select store shelves starting tomorrow. Both are available for $ 4.50.

Another available flavor is the Apple Cinnamon Hot Cross Bun, which has made a popular comeback since last year and sells for $ 3.50.

Free of Gluten alternatives Hot Cross Bun and the popular Hot Cross Fruit Loaf will also be making a comeback this year.

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The partnership between Cadbury and Woolworths for the Hot Cross Bun range coincides with the brand’s 100th anniversary.

“Since launching our first Easter Egg in 1875, it’s safe to say that a lot has happened since then, and Woolworths has been with us throughout the process, so it’s fitting for us to partner with this iconic Australian company, to disrupt the bakery category, ”said Joanne Raven, ANZ Licensing and Co-branding Manager, Cadbury Australia.

“Perhaps one of our most iconic flavors to date, it’s no surprise Australians love Cadbury Caramilk, and what better way to close 2021 and celebrate Easter than with the launch of this new little one. decadent bread. “


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