Do you scoff all your advent chocolate early? One in six do, according to research

News Shopper: Do you scoff all your advent chocolate early? One in six do, according to research Do you scoff all your advent chocolate early? One in six do, according to research

HAVE you ever gone to open an advent calendar and found that a loved one has already snapped up the chocolate?

One in six people confess to eating all the chocolate in their calendars before Christmas day and re-closing the doors to hide their greed from partners, parents or children, according research by Cadbury.

Ten per cent of households can’t resist to nibbling on their delicious decorations and confess to leaving the empty wrappers still hanging on the tree and one in five Brits confess to cheekily sneaking a few bites for breakfast reasoning that Christmas ‘is the only time you can!’

With Christmas fast approaching and 60 per cent of households stocking up on chocolate for the festive season, Cadbury’s factories are going into overdrive to meet demand.

The factory in Bournville has produced enough advent calendars for the next 19,000 years and the company is also producing:

• Nine million new Cadbury Dairy Milk Mousse Snowmen; enough to fill the Olympic Stadium 112 times over.

• Six million Cadbury Dairy Milk Wonderland bars

• 13 million tubs of Roses and Heroes

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