Golden Toffee, Salted Caramel & Pretzel and Peanut are some of the new flavors in Cadbury's #ChocPlusWhat collection, but the most talked about has to be Vegemite Chocolate.
As a paste that's made from a brewer's leftover yeast extract and flavored with vegetables and spices, Vegemite is known as a spread that is most beloved by Australian locals and repulsive to most outsiders. Although this polarizing effect is part of what makes the iconic Australian food spread so popular, in combination with the familiarity of sweet chocolate, it might be more palatable to a wider audience.
The limited edition Cadbury chocolate bar will be sold in Australia this summer, so curious consumers will have to just wait and find out for themselves whether the unusual snack will be savory or sweet.
Cadbury's Vegemite Chocolate is a Wacky Part of the #ChocPlusWhat Collection
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