Cadbury makes big change to its Mini Rolls range – and customers will be thrilled | The Sun

FANS of Cadbury's classic mini rolls can test their taste buds and get their hands on two new flavours.

The confectionary company has introduced chocolate mint and chocolate orange rolls to its range for the first time.

But shoppers will only be able to get the sweet treats in Morrisons.

The rolls are 120 calories each, come in a pack of five and with a suggested retail price of £2.25.

But this doesn't mean that's what you will pay at Morrisons, as the supermarket can price the new flavours how it wants.

The supermarket is selling the milk chocolate and raspberry flavours for £2.35 online currently but not the two new flavours.

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You should be able to find them in your local Morrisons branch though.

If you want to find your nearest, you can use the store locator on Morrison's website.

It's worth noting you can actually get the raspberry and milk chocolate flavours elsewhere for cheaper than Morrisons.

Tesco is selling both flavours for £1.25 while you can get the milk chocolate five pack for £1 at Poundland.

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That is based on online prices though and what you pay in your local branch might vary.

It comes after Cadbury axed the Oreo chocolate Easter Egg, saying the move was made to reflect "changing taste buds".

The company also scrapped its iconic Dairy Milk egg 'n' Spoon cartons, leaving shoppers "fuming".

Again, Cadbury justified the move saying it was to reflect changes in customers taste buds.

But fans of the egg disagreed and called the move a "crime".

Last year, Cadbury released Oreo-based Egg 'n' Spoon chocolate eggs which contained a fluffy chocolate mousse with crunchy Oreo pieces.

Customers were able to back the four eggs for just £2 from Asda and Tesco last April.

Cadbury's slashed the size of its eggs this year too, without any change to price, a move known as "shrinkflation".

It wasn't the only product to shrink in size but not price – Ben's original rice has gone from 250g to 220g this year, but customers are still paying the same price as before.

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