Rising costs force Cadbury to chop its chocolate finger
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Rising costs force Cadbury to chop its chocolate finger

IRISH chocolate fans have been left unsatisfied, as Cadbury’s popular Snack bar has lost one if its famous fingers.

The wafer based chocolate was famous for containing three pieces, but the treat has now been reduced to only two.

The company’s response to the complaints was that the decision had been financially motivated, reflecting the change in “commodity pricing and rising costs.”

The price of the chocolate treat has been reduced as a result but Irish Cadbury consumers remain unhappy.

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One regular customer vented their disappointment on the Cadbury Facebook page:  “What’s the story with the pink snack bar two fingers now instead of three?”