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Luther Strange
We have laughed about it. He has told me, You're one of the few guys I'm dealing with here who hasn't asked me for something, and I appreciate that.' I don't want tickets to the Easter Egg Roll. Look, you and I have something in common. We're both new to Washington. You have a background of getting things done, so I'm going to support
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Sep 21 2017
“We have been selling every single thing we can make from this factory for the last ten years. When we had peaks of demand that we couldn't supply we did have to offload a couple of bars temporarily.” said Glenn Caton speaking about Cadbury Easter egg. It’s one of the 31 quotes about Cadbury Easter egg you can find on this page. 22 people have said something about this topic. Among them: Gavin Darby, David Belo and Stephanie Grisham. Browse the quotes by date and by name to find those that are relevant to you.
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Ruth Cadbury

One of the areas that particularly struck me was the fall in the number of driving bans, and those still allowed to drive on more than 12 points. This does mean that more and more drivers who have been proved to be dangerous remain on the roads, which is a big

Ruth Cadbury

This idea there is a 'right to drive', when it is clearly a privilege, is taking precedence over the right to safety on our roads for everyone. Lives have been lost because people who should have been taken off the road, are granted the leniency not given to those whose lives they then go on to ruin. This isn't a political issue, but a public safety one, which is why this cross party group calls on the next Government in June to address the collapse in the number of disqualifications imposed on irresponsible

Stephanie Grisham

This year being our first, we've chosen to focus on the historic aspect of the Easter Egg

Gemma Cooper - Nielsen

Changes in shopper behaviour - particularly the trend towards health and wellness - are driving changes to chocolate. Shoppers are increasingly looking for healthier snacking options, so traditional chocolate displays are being squeezed to make room for different types of healthy snacking options such as popcorn, breadsticks and snack

Jonathan Parkman - Marex

Prices had been relatively high for some years so that hit demand. This year we've transitioned from a structural deficit - when the cocoa consumed exceeds the amount produced - to a structural

Stephanie Grisham

We are very excited about this year's event. The focus is on the quality of the children's experience and the rich tradition of the Easter egg roll. We have over a dozen activity stations planned, including a few new additions that we are very excited

Cheryl Wassus - Pets for Vets

This is just a whole subculture I wasn't even aware existed. The only furry I'd ever seen was at Easter, when somebody might put on one of those gigantic Easter-bunny costumes at a local egg hunt. People were definitely listening and paying attention. To each his own. This seems pretty harmless. I saw little pieces of humanity I'd never seen

Angus Thirlwell - Hotel Chocolat

Sugar is a relatively recent addition. One hundred years ago there was hardly any in chocolate. We watched how the chocolate set after tempering. It made me want to become a cocoa grower. I hadn't realised how common it had been in the past for chocolatiers to make their own chocolate. Nowadays, most buy theirs ready-made from specialist bean converters, but I thought, why don't we start growing our own cocoa and create a direct connection between the bean and our bars?feedback

Phil Buckley

Until we got here, cocoa was a dead crop – no money and no investment. Now cocoa yields are 50 per cent higher on the island. And that looks set to

Angus Thirlwell - Hotel Chocolat

After we bought it we discovered that no one in St Lucia knew anything about growing cocoa. Cocoa plantations were being replaced with bananas, which kept failing. It was very difficult to be a successful cocoa farmer on such a small

Phil Buckley

We were the first cocoa grower in the world to sell a single-estate chocolate bar. Now we sell three different côtes and are in the process of launching a

Paul Polman

We continue to invest very heavily in the UK with our research centres that are here, Port Sunlight has had a major investment and we've added jobs there. One of these papers out there said I want protection. I've never said that. I've really never said that. What I said is that when [Kraft's bid for] Cadbury happened in the UK we took some lessons from it. When Pfizer tried to take over AstraZeneca, we took lessons from that. What I said was, Wouldn't it be right to debrief, and see are there lessons here we can learn to put ourselves in a better position?feedback

Glenn Caton

We have been selling every single thing we can make from this factory for the last ten years. When we had peaks of demand that we couldn't supply we did have to offload a couple of bars

Paul Bickley

Religion is being marginalised, but not by political correctness or multiculturalism gone mad but by corporate culture. For Cadbury, it's about selling chocolate. But it's the job of the church, not Cadbury, to speak about the message and significance of

Jeremy Corbyn

It upsets me because I don't think Cadbury should take over the name of

Linda Woodhead

The C of E feels that every other faith gets recognition and treated with deference, but it's fine to trash Christianity. It feels that we don't nurture and cherish our cultural identity. There's a lot of sensitivity around that. As a vicar's daughter, she's genuine about it. But the people she most wants to appeal to are the ones who will be most exercised by

David Tollerton

The Church of England has much bigger problems with both falling attendances and debates about sexuality that make it appear morally out of touch. With Easter, like Christmas, trying to work out where the 'religious' ends and the 'secular' begins is a pretty imprecise business in which the noisiest commentators clearly have axes to

Glenn Caton

All we can do is to move to the times that we face. I am confident though because a £200m investment in the last five years is not something we are going to walk away from. I can't guarantee anything forever but am I confident that we are still going to have world-class manufacturing and research sites in the UK for the long term? I do feel confident of

Glenn Caton

We have significantly improved productivity and competitiveness. If you go back five to 10 years ago it was costing roughly three times as much to make chocolate in the UK as it was in Germany. It required investment in order to make sure that we increased productivity and were competitive globally, and we are

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