Cadbury to shrink size of Wispa Gold and Double Decker bars

Decision, which also applies to Boost and Bournville Classic, will only affect multipack items

Cadbury is shrinking the size of Double Decker and Wispa Gold bars sold in multipacks so they contain less than 200 calories in an attempt to help tackle obesity, but the smaller bars will cost the same.

Cadbury, owned by the US confectionery group Mondelēz International, said multipacks accounted for the biggest slice of its chocolate sales and the change would eliminate 10bn calories from the UK market in one fell swoop.

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