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Public 'interested in Cadbury's cafes'

21 Apr
Those looking for marketing jobs might be interested in details of the public's feedback regarding Cadbury's cafes.

A recent Brand Republic video sought to identify the common consensus in relation to the potential sit-down establishments from the chocolate maker.

Many of the respondents welcomed the idea, suggesting that the company has a high level of loyalty among customers.

Other members of the public mentioned their desire to see healthy options served, plus the potential for a child-friendly environment.

The piece speculates that the cafes ? which will comprise up to 60 chains in the UK over the next five years ? will serve afternoon tea and snacks as an alternative to high street brands such as Starbucks.

Also, on-site chocolatiers will make large versions of bars such as Curly Wurlys.

Cadbury's ? which was founded almost 200 years ago ? will be up against other well-known cafes such as Pret a Manger and Costa Coffee.ADNFCR-2176-ID-19732922-ADNFCR
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