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Would a resealable pack make you eat less chocolate?

Cadbury has launched a new design feature that encourages chocolate fans to not 'wolf down' a who...

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08.05 9 Feb 2022


Would a resealable pack make you eat less chocolate?


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Cadbury has launched a new design feature that encourages chocolate fans to not 'wolf down' a whole bar in one eating. Branded 'twist to seal, save for later, it's aimed at those trying to limit their chocolate intake in the more health-conscious society that we live in. But will it work ? For more on this Ciara spoke to Louise Reynolds Communications manager with Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute.

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