Cadbury has announced it will be bringing back its Dairy Milk Coins this Christmas after a decade of being away from supermarket shelves.

Chocolate lovers who have missed being able to buy these coins don’t have too much longer to wait.

The coins were discontinued in 2014 which Cadbury said caused widespread outrage from chocolate lovers across the UK.

This year though, Cadbury won’t be called Scrooge again as it brings the treat back to shelves across the country.

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The coins are made from Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Chocolate and they’re now available in both a Festive Net (£1.99) and a Moneytin (£6.99).

It’s important to note that retailers are able to set their own prices and Cadbury’s coins will be available in stores from September.

Katie Hill, Junior Brand Manager for Cadbury, said: “If you cast your mind back to 2014, you may remember that Cadbury caused disappointment across the nation, as we announced the sad discontinuation of our much-loved Chocolate Coins.

“We’ve listened to customer feedback and we’re thrilled to be able to finally announce we’ll be bringing back this beloved holiday treasure this year – a product which represents festive joy and delicious nostalgia for so many.” 

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Sarah Foden, Archivist for Cadbury, said: “It's a joyous moment to see the return of this national treasure that has captivated generations of Cadbury fans over the years.

“The nostalgia surrounding this iconic product is a testament to its timeless charm, and we're thrilled to bring back the joy and excitement it holds for the Christmas season.” 

For the fourth year running, Cadbury has partnered with the Trussel Trust to help make Christmas special for everyone.

The brand will be donating 100,000 treats to food banks in the Trussell Trust network across the season, as well as making a financial donation to support the Trust’s longer-term mission of fighting hunger in the UK.