When was the first Cadbury chocolate factory opened?

  • 1824
  • 1831 correct

    The Cadbury chocolate legacy began with John Cadbury, who sold cocoa and drinking chocolate at his Birmingham shop in 1824. Seven years later, he would open a factory in Crooked Lane. The signature Cadbury Creme Egg was first marketed in 1971, though the company had produced similar confections as far back as the 1920's. Source: Cadbury, Kitchn

  • 1923
  • 1963
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