Cadbury Cakes and Biscuits

Cadbury Cakes and Biscuits

This brand has been listed as a Boycott Brand by the Witness. You can read more information here: Mondelez | Israel Boycott Guide | by The Witness

This page relates to Cadbury’s Chocolate Cakes and Biscuits, Last updated March 2024. Every effort has been made to assess each Cadbury’s product individually.

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The following are halal and also suitable for Vegetarians:


Cakes and Biscuits

  • Animals with Freddo
  • Break bar choco melting middle
  • Break bar melting middle
  • Brunch bar choc chip
  • Brunch bar peanut
  • Brunch bar raisin
  • Brunch bar oats
  • Brunch bar Bourneville
  • Bourneville Fingers
  • Caramel biscuits
  • Chocolicious
  • Choc Chip Brownie
  • Cookies Choc Chip
  • Fabulous fingers
  • Freddo biscuits
  • Freddo face cakes
  • Orange fingers
  • Nibbly Fingers
  • Mini Fingers
  • Roundie caramel
  • Roundie dark chocolate
  • Roundie milk chocolate
  • Dairy milk
  • Snack Sandwich
  • Snack Shortcake
  • White Fingers
  • Wispa biscuits


  • Caramel Doughnut
  • Caramel Muffin
  • Chocolate Cookie
  • Mini Brownie
  • Mini Cornflake Cluster
  • Delights – Hazelnut and Caramel
  • Delights – Orange and Caramel
  • Delights – Soft Nougat
  • Cadbury Crunchy Melts Double Indulgence
  • Crunchy Melts Soft Cookie Centre
  • Cadbury Biscuits Crunchie Melts Cookies

Recipes may change so always check the ingredients on the pack.

6 thoughts on “Cadbury Cakes and Biscuits

  1. Salaam – the roundies are stated on the packaging as NOT SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS.
    Ingredients seem okay for halal but could you elaborate on the list above then accordingly..

      1. Does it mean it’s not halal then? I read that the whey powder contains animal rennet. I doubt the rennet they used is from an islamically slaughtered animal right?

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